Posted 29.9.23

Family Restaurants in Belfast

Top 10 Family Restaurants in Belfast

Belfast is a buzzing city making it a great mini-break spot. With literally hundreds of restaurants to choose from offering a wide range of dining experiences, it can be tough to find out which ones best cater for you and what you are in the mood for. Not to worry, we’ve made a list of the top 10 family friendly restaurants that you need to try in Belfast.

Granny Annie’s

You and your family will feel at home in Granny Annie’s. As they say, “you’re at your Grannie’s”. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Granny Annie’s menus have something to suit everyone in the family. Highlights include Granny’s famous wings and chocolate fudge cake for dessert. Kids are always welcome at Granny’s and will be fascinated with the quirky décor and family heirlooms on display.


This family-friendly pizzeria in Belfast city centre has an exciting kids menu that allows little ones to build their own pizza creations or choose a pasta dish along with a choice of delicious dessert. You will be spoilt for choice too with their extensive Italian menu made from fresh local produce.

Cosmo Restaurant

Cosmo is situated in Victoria Square offering world foods and all-you-can-eat dining, Cosmo believes that your tastebuds should be intrepid explorers, seeking out the best flavours the world has to offer.  At Cosmo, you will experience all your favourite freshly prepared dishes from around the world.  Kids will love everything from the freshly prepared pizzas to the chocolate fountain and even better they do an offer for kids under 150cm tall where they eat for half price.

Little Wing Pizzeria

If you are looking for an authentic and delicious Naples-style pizza then look no further than Little Wing Pizzeria. You will find their flagship restaurant on Ann Street in Belfast and offer a total of nine restaurants throughout Northern Ireland. A special kids menu is available as well as colouring and toys to keep them entertained while they wait for their pizza.

AMPM Restaurant

The décor at AMPM will have your family feeling like they’ve been whisked away to an enchanted forest. One of the most stylish eateries in Belfast, AMPM is the perfect spot for a family celebration with prices that won’t break the budget. Children’s menus are available, and you can visit for breakfast, lunch and dinner or for a roast on Sundays.

2Taps Winebar

Family owned and family run, you’re sure to feel at home at 2Taps. Serving good food in the form of seasonal tapas dishes and sharing platters, 2Taps have menu options to suit all. There’s also a full menu for guests under the age of 12. The restaurant boasts a large, heated outdoor area that will leave you feeling like you’re dining alfresco in Spain.

Tribal Burger

Tribal Burger is the restaurant of children’s dreams. The menu is a total treat with offerings such as the buttermilk chicken burger, lentil vegan burger and a range of homemade milkshakes with flavours like Kinder Bueno and Nutella, this spot is sure to be a winner with the whole family.


If you and your family are seeking more than the usual sausages and chips focused children’s menu then Zizzi is the place for you. They offer a three-course children’s meal that contains a wide variety of options including mini garlic bread, pesto dip, pasta dishes, pizzas, a selection of healthier side dishes and dessert. Dishes can be altered to suit gluten free, vegetarian and vegan diets.

Avenue 22

Avenue 22 pride themselves on providing guests with top quality and locally sourced fresh food. Favourites on their menu include Salt & Chilli Squid and their Clayton Burger. For the little ones, dishes include soup of the day, fish and chips, pizza, pasta, burgers and chicken goujons – you’re sure to find something to suit even the pickiest of eaters!

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