Half term in liverpool

9 restaurants with affordable and tasty kids menus to try out this half term in Liverpool

We’re gearing up for February half term in Liverpool and dining out is top of the list.

If you and your kids are a bit bored of the usual fast-food chains, why not check out our list of tasty and affordable menu’s (with a number of kids eat free deals too) and eat like kings this half term in Liverpool.

1 – Jamie’s Italian, Liverpool One

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From 11-26th February, your little ones can eat for free at Jamie’s Italian, Liverpool One. For every main course you order, one of your kids can enjoy a meal, on the house! They can choose one of 6 award-winning dishes from the menu, complete with a shake-me salad, drink and dessert. Just click here to get your code before booking.

2 – Yard & Coop, Hanover Street

New kid on the Hanover Street block, Yard & Coop offer a brilliant value kids menu for ‘little chicks’. for just £4 your little ones can tuck into chicken, chips Y&C coleslaw and an ice cream dessert! How good is that? Salad, mac and cheese and corn on the cob also available. Check it out here.

3 – Reds True BBQ, Hanover Street

Dinner with young kids is usually messy, so why not head to Reds True BBQ where finger licking, informal dining is positively encouraged. With a huge kids menu featuring small plates like pulled pork nachos, mains including baby back ribs and a build-your-own-sundae for as little as £4.95. Click here to book your feast now!

4 – Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock

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If you’re spending the day exploring the Albert Dock and waterfront, why not stop in at the Tate Liverpool café with your little ones. Kids eat free with each adult main course purchased from the seasonal menu so not only is the setting cool, the bill will be too! Choose from fish goujons, penne pasta or omelettes and add a drink and dessert for just £4.70 if not included in the offer. Click here for more information.

5 – Viva Brazil, Castle Street

Get yourselves down to Viva Brazil, Castle Street for a bell-busting lunch or dinner this half term in Liverpool. Introducing their brand new kids menu alongside the brilliant deal that children under 10 eat free with each full price adult rodizio! Little ones can choose from omelettes, fish, chicken tenders, pasta and of course the taste-bud tingling rodizio menu. Click here for prices and opening times.

6, Damon’s, Cables Retail Park, Speke

If you’ve never been to Damon’s Restaurant, are you really scouse? This Liverpool legend is a favourite with the kids and serves up a number of mouth-watering menu options for all the family. Kids eat free Monday to Saturday, 12-6pm with each full paying adult and with the famous onion loaf, succulent chicken wings and more combos than you can shake a bread stick at, Damon’s is always a good idea. Click here for more information.

7 – Gusto, Albert Dock

Let you mini chefs create their own lunch or dinner at Gusto Albert Dock. For a reasonable £5.95 kids can create their own pizza with three toppings or choose a portion of pasta and they get a dessert too. Creating their own cheesey masterpiece also keeps them occupied a bit longer so its a win win for the parents! Check out the stunning restaurant and menu here.

8 – Marco Pierre White, Chapel Street 

Think you know Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill at Hotel Indigo? Well did you know it’s about more than just melt-in-the-mouth steak? Treat your little treasure to a kids afternoon tea at the beautifully revamped restaurant and lounge this half term. Featuring a choice of sandwich, decorate your own gingerbread man, jelly and ice cream and an optional mocktail, prices start from £6.50. Click here to find out more.

9 – The Brink, Parr Street

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Mini Brinksters are in for a treat at this Parr Street hub! Choose from fish fingers butties, cheese beans on toast, sausage and beans plus veggie options with prices starting from a teeny £3.50, plus theres always a fine array of homemade cakes and ice-creams to get stuck into afterwards. Click here to take a look at the menu and see what’s on!

We’d love to hear your recommendations for the best place to dine with little ones this half term in Liverpool. Tweet us your suggestions @TheGuideLpool or email us info@theguideliverpool.com and we’ll share the best on our social media.

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