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The best family-friendly restaurants in Wembley Park

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Whether you're heading out with your teens or trying to keep little ones entertained, nothing beats a good meal out with your family.

Thankfully, there are plenty of family restaurants in Wembley Park with menus and décor designed to delight kids of all ages. In fact, dining out is one of our top things to do in Wembley Park for kids.

Here are just a few of our favourite family restaurants in Wembley Park.

Thank God it’s Friday… or Tuesday… or Sunday at TGI Friday’s. Adults love the extensive cocktail menu and loaded burgers and steaks, while little ones adore the extensive kids’ menu designed with their tastes in mind. All of their kids’ dishes come with a side of carrots sticks, apple wedges, and cucumber batons, helping you with their five a day. With plenty of vegetarian options and simple meals for picky eaters, Friday’s has the whole family covered.

It’s no wonder that Frankie and Benny’s is one of the most popular places to eat in Wembley Park – they serve up your favourite Italian American classics at a reasonable price. Your little ones will love their cod goujons, cheesy tomato pizza, and crispy chicken breast nuggets. With options on their kids’ menus for big eaters, small eaters, and babies, they have parents covered.

Kids love to build their own meals and make their own choices – Pasta Remoli understands what little ones want to eat. With their fun and tasty kids’ menu, everyone gets to choose their pasta shape, sauce, and cheese, and it’s paired with a juice and scoop of ice cream. Pasta Remoli also understands more sophisticated tastes, with their handcrafted pasta, fresh sauces, and authentic Italian sides.

How did a chicken restaurant become one of the most beloved chains in Britain? Nando’s offers so much more than its delicious flame-roasted chicken – they have dozens of vegetarian and vegan options, as well as healthy sides and salads. It’s no wonder that Nando’s is amongst the most popular family restaurants in Wembley Park. Their Nandino’s menu is specially designed for kids, offering up veggie burgers, chicken wings, chicken breasts, and tasty sides (not to mention sweet drinks and desserts).

With a pan-Asian flair and small plates for everyone’s tastes, Wagamama is a British favourite that is sweeping the globe. Whether you’re in the mood for ramen, pad thai, potstickers, or udon, they have something for everyone. Kids are spoiled for choice with a mini chicken or veggie ramen, mini chicken or veggie yakisoba, fish noodles, Japanese curry, or crispy fish bites with a choice of sauces.

Everyone can have a little of what they fancy at JRC Global Buffet. They offer a spectacular array of world cuisines, including Indian, Lebanese, British, Italian, French, Japanese, Mexican, Thai, and Chinese, all executed to the highest of standards. They always make sure that loads of kids’ favourites are available - if you can’t decide on a Family restaurant in Wembley Park, this buffet ticks all the boxes.

If you’re craving classic American diner favourites, like fantastic burgers, milkshakes, hot dogs, and US breakfasts, head to Big Moe’s Diners. Kids can choose from vegan nuggets, a Texan burger, or chicken strips, all served with hand-cut chips. Satisfy your sweet tooth with Big Moe’s massive selection of shakes and soda floats – you’ll feel like you’re on holiday in the Big Apple.

Zizzi serves up fantastic pizza and pasta dishes, with sophisticated options for the mature palate right alongside kids’ favourites. That’s why it’s one of the most beloved family restaurants in Wembley Park – you’ll love their huge array of delicious choices. Zizzi offers a ton of different options for kids, including a ‘build your own’ pizza that they’ll love designing, and enjoy eating even more.

Family-friendly dining that caters to everyone’s tastes

There are plenty of things to do in Wembley Park for kids, and when everyone gets hungry, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Which of these family-friendly favourites do you plan to visit?