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Brighton for kids

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Our culinary compendium of kiddie-approved delights will effortlessly guide you through their half-terms and holidays in glorious Brighton, Hove, and Sussex style.

For delectable family food deals and including Kids Eat Free, simply scroll down to the very bottom of this splendid page!

A team photo with the staff from Nostos sat at a table with plates of food and the wooden BRAVO trophy.

Family Friendly Brighton

If you’re on the hunt for the perfect spot to keep the kiddos entertained, then look no further! Brace yourself and make a beeline straight for our BRAVO 2024 page, where we’ve curated a splendid lineup of the Top 20 Family Friendly venues in all of Brighton and Hove. And here’s the best bit: this acclaimed list was handpicked by none other than you and your fellow discerning folk! So rest assured, your crew will be in for an absolute treat!

Child Friendly Restaurants

Brighton, the land of brilliant eateries where age is but a number! You see, foodies, there’s no need to leave the ankle-biters behind at supper. In fact, there are plenty of dining establishments that cater to the whole brood! So why not gather your delightful clan and head out to these hand-picked, child-friendly restaurants? Trust us, it’s a recipe for a memorable feast and giggles galore!

Afternoon tea for tots and tiny tums 

Fancy treating the little tykes and their tiny tummies to a delightful afternoon tea experience? Well, hold on tight and hop aboard Brighton’s very own Regency Routemaster bus for a whimsical adventure! As you revel in the sights and sounds of our beloved city, go ahead and indulge in the finest afternoon tea offerings. Oh, and here’s the cherry on top: They’ve got special tickets just for the kids! And if you ask ever so nicely, they might even grant your little munchkin the chance to play bus driver for a while. Talk about a double-decker delight!

Foodie kid and fun or everyone

A foodies guide to Brighton with kids has been put together by Jude. It’s a treasure trove of foodie gems that are great for both adults and children. You’ll find park picks, seafront sizzlers that’ll have you licking your fingers, not just your ice creams, and countryside charms that’ll make you hot-foot to beautiful Sussex.

family by the table on the terrace having a toast, sunset in the background, Ohso is available for private dining Brighton or private hire

Beach babes

Brighton beach days are born for the school holidays. Hours of fun can be had splashing around and working up a mighty appetite. When your little ones tum start rumbling, you won’t be caught short of kid-friendly lunch stops. Lucky Beach Cafe serves quality local produce. Their strong sustainable policy means you’ll be doing the children and their worldly inheritance good in one easy move.

Ohso is perfectly positioned right next to the Palace Pier. They offer a fantastic range of family favourite dishes and if the kids don’t eat too much ice cream, you could head for a post-lunch ride on the Dodgems.

Shelter Hall is a much-loved Brighton location. The food hall houses six regular kitchens, one guest pop-up and offers a dedicated kids menu. The indoor/outdoor location is perfect for kids to tear around between the beach and your observation station.

west pier and beach
teens can cook

Brighton Cookery School

Nurture the budding chef in them by sending your mini-Michelin star to Brighton Cookery School for one of their kids cook classes. It’ll keep them busy and you’ll be able to reap the benefits of their new skills. The words “grub’s up mum” never came a moment too soon!

Water side decking and seating at The Watershed with red parasols for shade and views over the yachts. Brighton seafront restaurants guide. Brighton Seafront Bars. Brighton Marina Restaurants

Spot your yacht

Brighton Marina is host to many fun-filled family activities – there’s bowling, arcades, glow crazy golf and the big screen. When you’re done with the inside entertainment, why not take a stroll around the docks and play spot your yacht (the big one named Daisy will do nicely). 

Family time away

Whisk them away for a half term staycation. There’s nothing like a change of surroundings to get the family bonding. With our list of choice venues that offer spectacular dine and stay options, you should be able to book that time away in no time. 

Leonardslee Gardens

For the kids

106 King's Rd, City Centre, Brighton BN1 2FU

The Salt Room Brighton

Main Course and Dessert for £7.5
12 St James's St, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1RE

Purezza Brighton

Kids Eat Free
8 Boyce’s Street, Brighton, BN1 1AN.

The Coal Shed Brighton

54-55 Meeting House Ln, Brighton BN1 1HB

Bohemia Brighton

Kid's menu
60 Western Rd, Brighton and Hove, Hove BN3 1JD

Cin Cin Hove

Kids masterclasses
87-93 Dyke Rd, Brighton, BN1 3JE

Brighton Cocktail Company

60 Ship Street BN1 1AE

Curry Leaf Cafe

Main and dessert for £6.50
Mackie Avenue Patcham Brighton BN1 8RA

The Ladies Mile Pub

1 Hove Place, Hove, East Sussex BN3 2RG

The Better Half

The Grand 97-99 King's Road Brighton BN1 2FW

The Grand Brighton

1-3 Brighton Place, Brighton BN1 1HJ


36 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FN


20-22 Marlborough Place, Brighton, BN1 1UB

Tutto Brighton

2 Courses for 10
28 North Rd, Brighton, BN1 1YB

The Dorset

Kids Eat Free
Vicarage Lane, Rottingdean, Brighton, BN2 7HD

Plough Inn Rottingdean

Kids Eat Free Easter Holidays
27A Cleveland Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 6FF

The Cleveland Arms

7 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE

Al Duomo Brighton

£9 for 2 courses
28 Upper Hamilton Road, Brighton BN1 5DF

The Chimney House Brighton