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Where to Eat with Kids This Half Term

Find something you'll all enjoy with our round-up of where to eat out

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Looking for child-friendly restaurants in the country and in town to enjoy a festive bite with this Halloween half-term? Get some ideas from our guide to where to eat with kids this half term.

Where to Eat with Kids: Child-Friendly Restaurants

Philharmonia Orchestra Afternoon Tea

Le Méridien Piccadilly Children's Afternoon Tea

Le  Méridien Piccadilly has teamed up with the Philharmonia Orchestra to offer an exclusive themed creative workshop and classic afternoon tea on 24 October. Music education specialist John Webb will lead events along with a trio of musicians, who will run a creative music workshop for little ones while adults enjoy a classic afternoon tea. Youngsters will create their own musical response to the autumnal theme, which they will then perform alongside the musicians for their families before enjoying their own mini afternoon tea as a reward. 24 October at 2pm, £39 per adult which includes one child ticket and afternoon tea for both. Email [email protected], visit or call 0207 851 3085.

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Sleeping Beauty Afternoon Tea at The Dorchester, London

Dorchester Sleeping Beauty Afternoon Tea

The Dorchester, London is launching a Sleeping Beauty Afternoon Tea with special entertainment by English National Ballet School’s young dancers throughout the October half term (23-27 October 2017). Key characters from the beautiful production of Sleeping Beauty will grace The Promenade, pirouetting, plié-ing and jeté-ing amongst guests enjoying afternoon tea, stopping to share stories with younger visitors. Available between 12pm and 5pm Monday to Friday. Sleeping Beauty Afternoon Tea is priced at £68 per adult including a glass of Champagne and £39 for children aged 5 -12.

Emma’s Afternoon Tea at Longleat

Food and Drink Festival Longleat

After the success of Longeat’s first Food & Drink Festival in June, ‘Emma’s Afternoon Tea’, a specially curated high tea, set in the elegant Orangery has become a permanent fixture at Longleat. Take little ones along during your day out at Longleat from 12pm – 5pm, where all the family can enjoy the afternoon tea, which includes a selection of speciality teas, champagne, delicious sandwiches, homemade meringues and intricately crafted cakes.

Carluccio’s: Nationwide

Carluccio's Halloween

Not only do Carluccio’s across the country offer an excellent value three-course kids’ menu and accommodate little ones of all ages; kids will get a spooky thrill this October half term from the range of Halloween biscuits and cakes, which are available in all Carluccio’s deli’s nationwide.

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