A fantastic city for food lovers, Vienna is famed for its elegant cafes serving delicate cakes and coffee, as well as hearty winter grub such as Schnitzel and goulash.
Are you looking for Kids Friendly Restaurants in Vienna?
At BabyBreaks, we have researched the best child-friendly restaurants in Vienna, so you can head straight there when tummies begin to rumble.
Also take a look at our selection of activities in Vienna for the perfect stay.
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Looking to sneak some extra greens into your kids diet? The head to Yamm! This is the tastiest spot in the city for global vegetarian cuisine, packed full of flavour. The buffet style restaurant offers a huge range of choice, so there’s sure to be something to please everyone. It’s quick too – simply pile your plate with as many delicious dishes as you like, then pay by weight at the end.
If the weather is nice, pick up a take-away box and eat in the nearby Rathauspark.
Address: Universitätsring 10, 1010 Wien
Phone: +43 1 5320544
2. Kolariks Praterfee
Set in the middle of Vienna’s public park (prater) this is a fantastic choice for active kids, offering trampolines and slides, an indoor play-room and a cosy corner for mothers and babies. Both the adult’s and children’s menus are healthy and varied, and they even sell baby food and nappies!
Address: Prater 121, Hauptallee ,1020 Wien
Phone: +43 1 7294999
3. Dschungel Café (Jungle Café)
This child-friendly spot is located at the young people’s theatre (Dschungel Wien) and just across the street from ZOOM Children’s Museum. As it’s overlooking the MuseumsQuartier courtyard, there’s plenty of space to run around on a sunny day, as well as a play corner inside if it’s chilly. Definitly one of the best Kids Friendly Restaurants you will find in Vienna.
It is open all day, serving a wide range of classic dishes from breakfast and club sandwiches to burgers and home made cakes.
Address: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
Phone: +43 1 522072050
This well known restaurant is famous for its tafelspitz – a classic Austrian dish of boiled beef in broth, served with apples and horseradish. Their beef is sourced from small scale, local farms, where the cattle are naturally raised on quality food. If the kids don’t fancy tafelspitz, the schnitzel is an excellent alternative.
Address: Various locations (Wollzeile, Hietzing & Nussdorf)
Phone: +43 1 512 15 77
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