LOOKING FOR FAMILY FUN IN SYDNEY? HEAD TO ITALIAN STREET KITCHEN
Taking the kids out for dinner is a fantastic way to not just skip the cooking and dishes, but also to try new flavours and discover new favourite dishes together. And of course, there’s nothing quite like sharing a meal as a family as a way to spend quality time.
So, whether you’re looking for things to do in the NSW school holidays this year, or are simply on the hunt for great family restaurants to try, Italian Street Kitchen in Sydney ticks all the boxes.
We are one of the best family friendly restaurants in Sydney, and we can’t wait to show you why.
Kid friendly restaurants in Sydney can sometimes fall back on the trope of overly simple, basic food options for the young ones. At Italian street Kitchen, we have put together a kid’s menu that is child-approved for flavour, but also offer a good amount of nutrition! This includes authentic Italian Spaghetti Bolognese and a choice of kid’s pizzas.
Of course, your young ones are also more than welcome to order from our main menu, which includes plenty of dishes that appeal to younger audiences just as much as adults (pizza, anyone?).
We believe that kid friendly restaurants don’t have to be completely catered towards the young ones. That means that even though we have a great selection for the kids, the grown-ups won’t be left with an uninspired array of boring.
From our decadent pizza menu, to our selection of pasta and salad options, we offer exceptional meals inspired by Italian Street Kitchen.
Italian Street Kitchen has worked hard to create a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere for all at our gorgeous Meadowbank location. Located right on the waterfront of the Parramatta River, our tables offer beautiful views of across the river, as well as the chance to get outside and relax on the lawn.
We’re located quite close to the ferry terminal as well, so if you’re looking for what to do in the school holidays in Sydney, it’s a great opportunity to take a fun ferry ride up the river, jump off for a spot of lunch, then take the ferry or the train home for a full day of activities with the kids.