Salzburg is great to pick up food on the streets during Christmas Markets. Outside this Winter season, the city has quite a lot of restaurants that will satisfy adults and kids without breaking the bank or being looked at from neighbours tables.
At BabyBreaks, we have researched the best kids friendly restaurants in Salzburg, so you can plan your meal times around the city.
Also take a look at our selection of activities in Salzburg for the perfect stay.
1. Susie’s Diner
This restaurant is probably not the most typical restaurant in Salzburg to taste local food but is a true favourite restaurant for adults and children who want to experience a burger within the famous Sixties décor. The ribs are to die for as well. So look no further for an easy going place for lunch or dinner in Salzburg. One of the best kids friendly restaurants in Salzburg to discover.
Phone: +43 662 265997
If you visit the House of Natur, you should take a lunch break at Stadcafe situated inside the museum. You and your children will appreciate the quality of the food and you will be able to relax after the meal while your kids enjoy the soft play area.
Please note that you don’t need to a museum ticket to enter the restaurant.
Address: Museumspl. 5, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Phone: +43 662 25 45 94
3. The Heart of Joy
Open in 2003, this vegan and vegetarian restaurant uses only organic & local produces. This place will make you feel at peace with yourself and hopefully your kids will follow through as well. Expect to see from the menu some soups, omelettes, quiches, salads and of course cakes. If the weather allows it, you can eat in this beautiful terrace as well.
Phone: +43 662 890773
4. Die Weisse
If you are looking for a traditional pub/tavern which serves traditional Austrian food, Die Weisse is as authentic as it can be and a great place for family lunches or dinner. No kids soft play, but a large restaurant with an easy going atmosphere.
Phone: +43 662 872246
5. Stiftskeller St. Peter
StPeter is supposedly the oldest restaurant in Europe. Close by St Peter’s Abbey, this restaurant is refined and might put you off with young children. But have no fear, the restaurant is child-friendly and offers a child menu as well. Yes it is a bit expensive with a great service but at no point did we feel not at our place with our young children. Book your table in advance and try to be early for the sake of the kids.
Phone: +43 662 841268
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