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By Rebekah Sheedy

If you have young kids, the thought of taking the family out for a meal can be cause for stress. Let Scoop reduce the pressure with this round up of restaurants and cafes across Perth offering fantastic indoor playrooms for children. All you’ll need to do is sit back and relax with delicious food and drinks while the children are kept busy.

 

Siena’s Italian

Siena’s Italian in Leederville offers a very kid-friendly menu and an enclosed playroom for little ones to play in. Located at the rear of the restaurant, it features a climbing fort, balance objects, several mini kids’ activities and a TV screen – so parents can enjoy fine Italian food and an extensive selection of wine with peace of mind.

Sandrino Café & Pizzeria

Enjoy award-winning woodfired pizzas and homemade pastas at Sandrino Café in Fremantle whilst the children have fun in the dedicated kids’ room. Found upstairs, the playroom is brimming with toys, puzzles, games, books and soft building blocks to ensure that the little ones are kept busy.

The Herdsman Lake Tavern

If the Herdsman Tavern’s extensive menu doesn’t win the family over, then its dedicated children’s area certainly will. Kids are free to play in the enclosed play equipment area located in the middle of the restaurant, which boasts a number of play features including a complex climbing tunnel and a large slide. Plus, kids eat free on Sundays!

Tavolo Pizza Bar

Tavolo Pizza Bar is nestled within the Reading Cinema Complex in Belmont and offers a great range of handmade pizza and expertly crafted cocktails. Young children will be kept happy in the kid’s zone which features a play kitchen, wooden trainset and a TV screen showing popular children’s movies.  While you’re there, why not catch a film next door?

Blacksmith Perth

Blacksmith in Highgate is a bustling inner-city spot for get-togethers with family and friends. There are plenty of delicious breakfast, brunch and specialty coffee options to choose from, including babycinos for the little ones. Kids will be able to play in the cafe’s dedicated playroom which features a play kitchen, activity table, toys and blackboard walls – there’s even an outdoor sandpit!

Image credit: Blacksmith Perth Facebook, Herdsman Lake Tavern Facebook.

Check out more family-friendly restaurants and cafes in Perth below.

 

 


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