We’re compiling a list of baby friendly options for eating out or drinking coffee in various counties at the moment. We asked you where you liked going in Cork and here are your suggestions;
The White Horse in Ballincollig – free baby bowls, crayons etc, high chairs, lots of room and a lovely kids menu
Lemon leaf Cafe in Kinsale
Blue haven in Kinsale
Speckled door in Garretstown
M&S cafe in Douglas
The cornstore – nice kids menu and crayons etc, and food is always great
Radisson in little island
Perry street market cafe – it’s very baby friendly.
Silver Springs (Clayton now) has a little playroom off reception with a table right next to it so you can have lunch or coffee and let the kids play next to you.
Milanos oliver plunkett St v.v.kid friendly for late evening dinners it’s a pleasure to be there. High chairs, colouring pages, colours, little chefs hat for them to wear. It’s best of both worlds
Carewswood garden centre cafe is brilliant
Costa coffee in little island has amazing staff also!
Kilkenny design cafe shanagarry
Son of a Bun are great with kids as well
The south county in Douglas is very child friendly, great food, great staff and very accommodating. Highly recommended if you have kids
Scoozis…. always really helpful when you have little ones and a massive buggy free baby bowl and a decent kids menu
O Briens Mahon Point and Douglas
Nandos in Mahon point very welcoming to kids
Debenhams in the city
Blarney woollen Mills have plenty of room and staff are always helpful to anyone with a buggy
The Elm Tree in Glounthaune staff are great and good selection on kids menu
Ballyseedy Fota retail park. Cafe garden centre lots of space, high chairs, parking,good food.
International hotel airport Sunday lunch playroom with Windows next to restaurant.
If you have anywhere you’d like to add just pop us an email – oh and if you’re going to Dublin check out the recommendations for there.