Birmingham is famed for its diverse food scene, most famously perhaps for its Asian restaurants. In fact the city was recently named as one of the top foodie destinations in the country, based on reviews from Booking.com (2017). And no wonder – it has six Michelin starred restaurants, some amazing street food, a booming cafe culture and plenty of child friendly restaurants too. Read on to discover our top places to eat in Birmingham with kids, so you can plan your mealtimes around the city with ease.


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1. Loco Lounge

This neighbourhood cafe tops the lists of many parents when recommending places to eat in Birmingham with children. They have a great kids corner with games like Connect 4, Jenga and Scrabble, and the cosy “home from home” decor  and ambience will make you feel instantly relaxed. Plus the kids menu features far more than the usual fish & chips or pasta. For example they can tuck into buttermilk pancakes for brunch, or a falafel burger for lunch, yum! There are also several other lounges across the city, with a similar laid back vibe and welcoming staff.

Address: 32-34 High Street, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7JT

Phone: 0121 444 1296

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2. La Vera Pizzeria

Offering amazing value, this pizzeria has been gaining a loyal following and some great reviews since it opened in 2015. The authentic wood-fired pizzas start at just £5.90, which is fantastic value for the city centre. Choose from classic toppings like napoletana, bresola or quattro formaggi, and don’t miss the nutella and banana calzone for dessert. A great place for a speedy lunch or dinner which will keep everyone happy.

Address: S16 Martineau Way, Birmingham B2 4UU

Phone: 0121 233 1988

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3. Bar Estilo

A tapas restaurant in the city centre which offers games and puzzles for the kids, and an extensive menu. So you’re sure to find dishes to please everyone. Children have their own menu which features some authentic tapas, as well as safer options like chicken nuggets.

Address: 110-114 Wharfside St, The Mailbox, B1 1RF.

Phone: 0121 643 3443

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4. The Canal House

If it’s waterside dining you’re after, The Canal House is a fantastic choice. The lofty 18th century building has lots of space indoors and outdoors – perfect for navigating with a buggy. And the friendly staff are very accommodating to children. The middle-eastern themed menu features kids dishes like polenta coated chicken fingers and mini hanging kebab. Opened in 2017, The Canal House has become a firm favourite with locals on a summer’s day.

Address: 12 Bridge St, Birmingham B1 2JR

Phone: 0121 643 8829

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5. The Kitchen Garden

A charming little oasis in the King’s Heath suburb of Birmingham. This deli, garden centre and cafe offers plenty of space for kids to run around outside, as well as delicious homemade food.  Many of the dishes feature homegrown produce from the organic urban garden. There are vegan and vegetarian options available too, such as homemade cakes and sandwiches. Don’t miss the deli on your way out to pick up some delicious local produce.

Address: 17 York Rd, Birmingham B14 7SA

Phone: 0121 443 4725

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Visiting Birmingham with your kids is the perfect opportunity for a fantastic Family Weekend.

Which of these restaurants in Birmingham will you choose for your next meal out?

Birmingham has lots of things to do which welcome children, a host of outdoor family activities and great family friendly hotels.

So if you are looking to be inspired to visit Birmingham for your next family break, just visit our different pages to find what this vibrant city has to offer.

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