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    Default Best child friendly cafe/restaurants in Adelaide

    Hi guys,

    I was hoping we could put together a list of the best child-friendly cafes/restaurants in Adelaide. I know there are a few lists out there but they seem a bit outdated. I am happy to update this post with your ideas so we have one complete list.

    The best child-friendly cafes/restaurants in Adelaide are, in no particular order:

    Tin Kat cafe - Kent town (kids can play outside in the courtyard)
    My friend Louis - stepney (again outside area has plenty of room)
    Market 190 - McLaren Vale
    The Rezz - Athelstone
    The Marryatville Hotel - Marryatville
    The Espy - Brighton
    Exeter Hotel - Semaphore
    Hogs Breath Cafe - Holden Hill
    Links Hotel - Seaton
    Play n Fun Cafe - Christies Beach
    Charlies diner - Brighton
    Bliss Organics - city, near Central Market
    South Hotel - Gawler

    What is your favourite child-friendly cafe/restaurant?
    Last edited by CookingMonster; 15-02-2012 at 15:59.

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    Great thread!

    Will come back when I think of some


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    I was just researching this topic this morning so hopefully other people have lots of suggestions! Ok..I mentioned this place in the other topic of best coffees lol but market 190 at McLaren Vale..it has a little play room inside and a cubbyhouse and toys outside with outside dining!
    That's all I can think of at the moment..

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    The espy hotel at Brighton is very family friendly Also do great breakfasts there!! But the play room is not open during breakfast.






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    Subscribing! I'm planning our uni reunion so need some ideas as lots have kids now

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    The marryatville hotel has a great playground as does The Rezz at Athelstone.

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    Thanks guys for your great suggestions.
    Keep 'em coming

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    Exeter hotel, semaphore has a playground. Same with the linx hotel. And hogs breath (can't remember suburb, Holden hill maybe) has a kids toy area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MZmama View Post
    Exeter hotel, semaphore has a playground. Same with the linx hotel. And hogs breath (can't remember suburb, Holden hill maybe) has a kids toy area.
    Thanks for that MZmama. Do you know where the Linx Hotel is?

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    Mods, can we make this a sticky please?


 

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