Kyneton is well known for its foodie vibe and wide variety of high quality restaurants but what if you have little people tagging along? Here are four family friendly eateries that will deliver delicious food whilst catering for pint sized customers too.
If you have babies and toddlers, Social Foundry has all you could want and more. The cafe has both spacious indoor and outdoor areas so there is plenty of room to navigate a pram. There is a cute teepee and climbing frame outside for little ones to explore and the cafe is equipped with excellent amenities and nappy changing facilities. The menu has something for everyone: from crumpets and crunchy chips to pork belly and burgers.
Ruby Cafe has a relaxed atmosphere and delicious, affordable menu options. There are plenty of high chairs for tiny tackers and if your child is a wanderer they can be spotted from every corner of the cafe. If it is a sunny day, you may like to sit in the outdoor area. There is a sandpit for the kids to play in so you can sip your coffee in peace.
Forget soggy takeaway this Friday night, when your children are craving a burger you need look no further than Major Tom’s. Choose to sit in the American-style diner booths indoors or the beer garden that overlooks part of St Paul’s Park. Unlike another well-known burger joint, Major Tom’s is licensed. You can enjoy a local cider, beer or wine whilst you chow down on a scrumptious meal.
Fried chicken anyone? Like Major Tom’s, Donkey is also a winner for primary aged children and above. The mouth-watering menu is completely unprocessed and predominantly locally sourced. The meals will satisfy even the largest of appetites, and the most popular meals are downsized for kids in the Little Donks Menu. With a fire for those cold Kyneton days and plenty of local beers and wines to choose from, Donkey will have the whole family feeling cosy and full!