Want to know which restaurants Mothers Who Work thinks are the most family friendly? Find out with this list!

Are you just about recovering from the expense of the school summer holidays and thinking about cheaper ways to please the kids this school half term?
How about mixing some days out with going out for cheap(er) family meals?

We’ve compiled a list of great family-friendly places to ear, that will save you money as well.

  • Pizza Hut
  • Kids Eat Free, with one child eating free with each adult meal purchased. Want to give them something green, too? All children’s meals come with unlimited side salad!

  • Chiquito
  • Treat the kids to a mighty Mexican feast. One child eats free with each adult main course purchased.

  • Las Iguanas
  • 50% off main courses for under 12s. And they’ve even thought about babies, too, giving rganic baby food – free!

  • ASK
  • A good menu for children at a nice price; you can get a starter, main course, dessert and babychino for £5.95.

  • Prezzo
  • Three courses and a drink for £5.95 can be obtained for two children when accompanied by one adult ordering a main.

  • Frankie and Bennys
  • Kids Eat Free with each adult main course. With a wide choice on offer, this will certainly keep the kids happy.

  • Giraffe
  • In the mood for a smoothie? You can get a variety of healthy drinks and food, with a children’s main meal and drink costing £4.95.

  • Toby Carvery
  • A kids’ carvery meal and drink is £5.49. The meal includes meat with all you can eat vegetables with a choice of two puddings and two drinks.

  • Pizza Express
  • Baked dough balls, side salad, pizza or pasta sundae and Bambinoccino for children is £6.25.

  • Wagamama
  • For a healthy children’s meal with an excellent range to choose from, this noodle inspired restaurant is a great option for a family meal.

Which restaurants would you recommend for a family meal?


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