Most restaurants in Helsinki are child friendly with available high chairs, children’s menus and some even have a small kids section for little ones to play. Outdoor cafes are often the best choice in the warmer months to enjoy being outdoor.

Therefore, at BabyBreaks we have researched the best child-friendly restaurants in Helsinki, so you can plan your mealtimes around the city.

Also take a look at our selection of activities in Helsinki for the perfect stay.


Indoor Activities

Accommodation

Outdoor Activities


1. Cafe Regatta​

Small outdoor café set up in a red cottage by the sea in Töölö. Inside it is small but cozy and quirky with skies and random things hanging from the ceiling.
The café is mostly famous for its delicious cinnamon Buns and blueberry pies. Also kids will love being able to grill their own sausages on the outside bonfire .
In addition, in the summer you can add some fun by renting water-sports equipment. For instance, stand up paddle boards, canoes, kayaks and a rowing boat. Rent it from sup-regatta. 

Address: Merikannontie 8, 00260 Helsinki, Finland

Phone: +358 40 0760049

Website: http://caferegatta.fi/in-english/

2. Stockmann

If you fancy doing some shopping, the Stockmann Department Store in the center of Helsinki and is certainly one of the biggest in Europe. On the 8th floor, you will find a cafeteria area where you have a large choice of food from pizza to local favorites as well as coffee and cakes.
There is a tiny kid’s play area that the youngest ones will be able to enjoy.

Address: Aleksanterinkatu 52, 00100 Helsinki, Finland 

Phone: +358 9 1211

Website: info.stockmann.com

3. Cat Cafe Helkatti

Take your shoes off as you enter, order a CATpuccino’s, some cakes and enjoy being surrounded by 8 purring little tigers.
The kitties do what kitties do best. Move from table to table, sleep in all sorts of places and ask for strokes when They feel like it …
However, the café can get very busy, especially at weekends, so it’s better to book in advance if you can.

There is a 5€ entrance fee (to help cover the cats care)  for 1h30 stay.

Address: Fredrikinkatu 55, 00100 Helsinki, Finland 

Phone: +358 40 5035822

Website: www.helkatti.fi/en 

4. Skidilä at Annantalo

Annantalo is an arts centre for children and families in the centre of Helsinki offering free events and workshops. Their café is a big locals favorite to hang out and chill.

Skidilä serves traditional café treats and vegetarian lunches, and in addition the children have plenty of space to play, a perfect combo.

Address: Annankatu 30, 00101 Helsinki, Finland

Phone: +358 9 31037185

Website: https://www.facebook.com/skidila/

5. Moko Market Café & Store

Concept store in a small street of Helsinki’s Design District. Most importantly, the store is beautifully laid out, selling vibrant goods from interior design. Also artisan coffee, vintage items and food ingredients. Maybe a little similar to Liberty for those familiar with the London store.
But what we enjoyed the most was the café. They change the menu daily, serving fresh seasonal and local food. Above all, the Saturday Brunch is a must with homemade delicacies ranging from cake, smoothies, sausages, food salads and pancake.

Address: Perämiehenkatu 10, 00150 Helsinki, Finland 

Phone: +358 10 3156156

Website: https://moko.fi/moko-kahvila/lauantaibrunssi/

Visit Helsinki with Kids for a Family City Break. Helsinki is one of the best kid-friendly cities in Europe, featuring great family-friendly restaurants, exciting outdoor activities, indoor attractions for young children.

At BabyBreaks, we have kept a limited choice of activities, restaurants and lodgings so that you can plan your trip to Helsinki without browsing the Internet for endless hours. So if you are looking to be inspired to visit Helsinki for your next family weekend, just visit our different Helsinki pages to find what this destination has to offer.

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