With special menus and activities for little ones, have a look at some of our suggestions for child-friendly restaurants in Belfast.

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Fratelli Ristorante, Pizzeria & Bar

Little Boars Menu includes 3 courses for just £10.95

Fratelli Ristorante, Pizzeria & Bar oozes rustic Italian charm with a contemporary edge. Meaning ‘brothers’ in Italian the Fratelli brand concept is to welcome guests into a family friendly, informal environment where the focus is on simple yet quality cookery and a warm welcome. Fratelli’s friendly team serve traditional pizza and pasta dishes with a modern twist, using carefully sourced Italian produce.

Villa Italia

Villa Italia

Kids’ menu £6.95 including ice cream and a drink

Villa Italia is a popular family-run Italian restaurant located in the heart of south Belfast. Enjoy the rustic Italian charm of your surroundings while tucking into a delicious meal. Kids can enjoy a main course, drink and ice cream for £6.95 while adults can choose from a wide range of dishes including pizza, pasta, fish and meat dishes.

Little Wing Pizzeria

Kids’ menu includes starter, main and dessert for £5.95

Serving Naples-style pizzas made with the finest fresh ingredients and cooked using time-honoured methods all served in a warm and friendly atmosphere, Little Wing is perfect for family meals out. The children’s menu is great value at £5.95 and includes a starter, main and dessert. Kids can enjoy both colouring-in and toys while you wait for pizza.

Cosmo

Kids eat for half price

This all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant in Victoria Square offers laid back family dining at its best. Showcasing a huge selection of world dishes, from Italian pizza to British roast dinners, Indian spices and Chinese favourites, there’s something to suit all little taste buds. Don’t miss the live cooking stations, deli counter and mouthwatering dessert display. Kids eat for half price and prices for adults start from £13.99

Ryan's Bar and Restaurant

Kids mains from £4 and children eat FREE on Saturday and Sunday

Known for quality steaks, traditional Irish boxtys and, of course, their famous chicken wings, Ryan’s Bar and Restaurant is family friendly and excellent value for money. Call in at the weekends when kids can eat free on Saturdays and Sundays (terms and conditions apply). The weekday kids menu features mains from £4 and two courses from £6. Adults can enjoy two courses for £11 and they also do tasty bar snacks.

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44 Hill Street

Kids’ mains from £6.95

44 Hill Street is a vibrant celebration of modern food and drink, influenced by the flavours of the Mediterranean. Offering a casual dining experience for friends and families, menus feature kids’ items from £6.95. Adults can choose from sharing platters, tapas, pizza, steak and creative Mediterranean dishes with wine, beer, cocktails or bubbles. Sunday roasts are popular with families, too. Enjoy your meal inside the historic, industrial building on Hill Street or in the spacious dining area outside.

Home Restaurant

Kids’ mains from £5.50

Home Restaurant appreciates the importance of a nutritious and healthy diet and is proud to serve the best of local produce in their restaurant on Wellington Place. With cosy lighting and New York style high ceilings Home boasts a welcoming atmosphere perfect for families; a home from home. Kids can choose from chicken and fries, sausage and mash or yummy pasta.

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Cutters Wharf

Kids’ menu £5.95 including ice cream

Informal dining at its best, Cutters Wharf is one of the comfiest restaurants in the city. With wide open windows looking onto the River Lagan and a terrace for summer days, there’s nowhere quite like this in Belfast. The children’s terrace menu is great value at £5.95 with free ice cream, while parents can enjoy a wide range of salads, seafood, burgers and steak.

Wagamama

Inspired by delicious Japanese noodle bars and flavours, Wagamama is a casual dining experience in Victoria Square. Wagamama Belfast combines fresh and nutritious food with friendly service and value for money. Kids will love the fantastic range of mini Japanese dishes like mini ramen, mini soba noodles and mini katsu, with ice cream or ice lollies for dessert.

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