SB&F Kids Eat Free Guide
We love a trip to Brighton. And we love to eat out as a family. But there’s a price to pay. That’s why it’s super handy to know where’s great to eat with kids and save a bit of cash too. Here’s a list of all the great independent places where kids eat free in Brighton & Hove.
Fatto a Mano: London Road, North Laine & Hove
If your kids are anything like mine pizza, ice cream and a lemonade or apple juice for lunch or dinner is the best thing in the world. Sling in a menu that transforms into a fortune teller and you’re onto a guaranteed win. Bravo!
There are 3 Fatto a Mano’s across Brighton & Hove: 77 London Road, Brighton ; North Laine Bazaar, 21 Kensington Street, Brighton; and 65-67 Church Road, Hove
The Salt Room, Seafront
Don’t fancy pizza? Looking for something a little more ooh la la? Then head to The Salt Room with your under 7s who’ll eat for free before 7pm (yes, even at weekends).
The menu for kids is well thought through. And the location is fab. This is one of those rare no-compromises-for-adults family-friendly restaurants. High five, Salt Rooms, High five.
The Salt Room, 106 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FU
The Coal Shed, Central Brighton
It’s the same deal as their sister restaurant The Salt Room. Kids under 7, eat free from the kid’s menu before 7pm. The kids’ menu is pretty much the same too.
We haven’t been to The Coal Shed yet, so I can’t give it the official SB&F thumbs up. It’s on the list to try though. My parents and brother loved it when they went and they’re super hard to impress. High praise indeed.
The Coal Shed, 8 Boyce’s Street, Brighton, BN1 1AN
NuPosto, Central Brighton
It’s not my fave pizza place in Brighton but it’s very easy with children. First up, the restaurant’s massive, which is perfect if you’ve got a big buggy. You’re handed a big pot of crayons and colouring the moment you sit down. There are lots of options on the kids’ menu and an ace range of vegan pizzas. It’s very close to the big car park at the Churchill Centre so it’s super convenient for shovelling something into them before getting busy or refuelling before heading home.
Kids under 10 eat free with an adult main. You can’t argue with that.
Nuposto, 14 West St, Brighton, BN1 2RE
The Crescent Pub, Seven Dials
Kids eat free on Saturday when dining with their parents.
This pub’s in Seven Dials, a short walk from the train station. The kids’ menu is pretty standard: mini egg, ham and chips; cheesy swirls; or fish fingers and chips. We wouldn’t have any complaints here.
Again, we haven’t been (well, I think I might have in 2008 but can’t really remember and no one cool remembers 2008 anyway). But as the pub is just around the corner from my brother we’ll have to go and try it out one Saturday soon. I’ll let you know how it goes.
6 Clifton Hill, Brighton, BN1 3HL
Did I miss any other independent Brighton & Hove restaurants or pubs where kids eat free? Let me know in the comments box below.
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