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    Default Fun restaurants for family in Sydney?

    Hey there!

    I'm after any recommendations for a fun restaurant to take kids to in Sydney?

    I've found Hatters Wonderland but not very sure that its very suitable for kids.

    Thanks!

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    How old are the kids? Hatters is definitely not kid friendly! ( or it wasn't 10 years ago when I last went!)

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    Maybe try places in darling harbour? It's a little more family friendly than the city center. Hard Rock Cafe maybe?

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    The kids are 4 & 6 plus a couple of babies...

    I've come across Monster Steakhouse... Anyone been?

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    Never heard of it?
    Sydney really does not have many kids type restaurants but a few places that are kid friendly and where we go:

    Sydney fish markets - great to get fish and chips and watch the boats coming in

    Hugos Manly - have pizza overlooking the beach and the kids can play after

    China town - yum cha is great for kids ( food is yummy and quick and it's always noisy!) plus you can walk down to the park at darling harbour after wards

    Bondi beach - either again get fish and chips or plenty of cafes and hang out at the beach and the park , take some kites

    Centennial Park Cafe - overlooking a massive park and playground - great for lunch and if you get a table outside you can watch the kids play ( take their bikes and scooters)


 

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