Having a baby doesn’t mean you need to say goodbye to dining out. In fact, sharing new foodie experiences with your little one is a great way to get them more excited about the weaning journey. 

Here at Babease, we are always keen to share our best weaning advice and strive to make parents’ lives that bit easier where we can. We know eating at restaurants and cafes can be tricky when you have a little one in tow, but it doesn’t have to be - especially when you know where to go! 

Here, we share some of our favourite eateries in and around London, where babies are more than welcome. 

The Best Baby and Pram-Friendly Restaurants in London

  • Daylesford (Notting Hill, Pimlico, Marylebone)
  • The Florence Pub (Herne Hill)
  • Bertie and Boo (Balham)
  • Bodega 50 (Stoke Newington)
  • The Robin Craft Cafe (East Sheen)
  • ​​West Six Cafe (Ravenscourt Park)
  • Lantana Cafe (Shoreditch)
  • Chiswick House Cafe (Chiswick) 



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This farm-to-table cafe offers delicious, healthy food made from ingredients straight from their sustainable organic farm. With plenty of room to manoeuvre with a buggy, highchairs and a great children’s menu, babies are more than accommodated for. 

Enjoy seasonal dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner or visit the farm shop to take a bit of Daylesford home with you. The various locations also host events throughout the year, including floristry classes, pottery workshops and talks about farming, food and sustainability.

The Florence Pub


At the heart of Herne Hill, this grand old pub serves great British pub food, using freshly cooked, seasonal produce. 

Perfect for all the family, this pub is both baby, child and dog-friendly - classic Sunday lunches are particularly popular!

Bertie and Boo

This location is a cafe, play space and party venue rolled into one. Whether you choose to go to their coffee shop, restaurant or adventure island, there is plenty of fun to be had for all ages - not to mention the delicious treats!

With bright and quirky decor to match the menu, this venue is sure to spark little ones’ imaginations. 

Bodega 50


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Head to Bodega 50 for great coffee, fresh seasonal food and freshly made bread - we can’t get enough of their delicious sourdough bread! Always using the best quality, fresh ingredients, you can enjoy a range of healthy foods from salads, sandwiches and wholesome cakes. 

Welcoming to those of all ages, you’ll also find loads of great, fresh produce to take home and make some wonderful creations of your own to entice all the family. 

The Robin Craft Cafe

With quirky crockery, inspired interiors, a serene courtyard and particularly tasty Thai food, you’re sure to love The Robin Craft Cafe.

Whether you want to pop in for a coffee and cake or a weekend meal, you and baby will be welcomed with open arms - this little cafe is a great spot for all. 

West Six Cafe

Situated in the beautiful botanical garden centre in Ravenscourt Park, this award-winning cafe caters to all. With a relaxing atmosphere and delicious, freshly-prepared food, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. 

Relax with a cup of expertly brewed coffee and a plant-based meal while your little one takes in the peaceful plant-inspired setting. 

There are plenty of baby-friendly venues across London that offer some great opportunities for parents to relax and enjoy great food even when accompanied by little ones. 

Lantana Cafe 


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One of the best brunch spots, even parents can enjoy this outstanding cafe with good pram accessibility and baby-friendly seating options. 

With a healthy and diverse menu, this is the perfect spot to wile away a morning or afternoon, giving your little one a taste of the trendy brunch crowd!

Chiswick House Cafe

Round off the perfect visit to the grounds and gardens at Chiswick House with a trip to the wonderful cafe that welcomes all ages. 

With high chairs, a kids’ menu and a playground right next to the cafe, families are fully catered for. Enjoy a speciality coffee and homemade cake while you admire your surroundings and savour a relaxing afternoon. There is also the opportunity to set up a picnic on the expansive lawn. 

Taking a trip to one of these places to eat is a great way to introduce budding foodies to a whole new dining out experience - not to mention being a great treat for busy parents!

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