Life with kids in Sydney City
Booth St Bistro ticks all the boxes and is one of our TOP PICKS!
Booth St Bistro does both formal and casual dining really well. The dining room is smart there is a great outdoor seating area. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and they are licensed.They are very kid friendly and they have intimate areas within the restaurant suitable for family functions and they also have a private dining room that can accommodate up to 35 people.
Kids eat free between 6pm - 6.30pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday! Kids meals are $12.50 all other times.Free Baby Chino's
It was a lovely afternoon so we opted to sit outside at the large benches. It was perfect for us as a our little man was in a high chair but might not be as safe for toddlers how might bolt out onto the road.
I had the Pulled pork sandwich with braised red cabbage, caramelised onions, beetroot relish, rocket, mayonnaise and fries ($16.50). It was by far the best pulled pork sandwich/burger I have had! It was so juicy and just the right amount of pork and cabbage. Hubby had the Chicken burger, marinated chicken, coleslaw, chilli mayonnaise and fries ($16.50). He gave it a big thumbs up too. We brought a caramel slice to share at the park and it was delicious.
Little Lochlann had homemade mush but they heated it for us and there are plenty of highchairs.
They offer FREE Baby Chino's and have great kids menus - example below (please check at time of booking as these may change)
Kids Breakfast menu: $7Pancakes with maple syrup, bacon and egg roll or egg poached, fried or scrambled with toast
Kids Lunch menu: $7Minute steak, salad and chips, crumbled calamari, salad and chips, chicken schnitzel, salad and chips or linguine pasta with Neapolitan sauce.
Kids Dinner menu (see above kids eat free nights): $12.50Cheese burger and chips, fish, salad and chips, spaghetti or salad and chip, chicken tenderloin with salad and chipsJelly, Ice cream and Wafer are included.
Hinsby Park is only ;is 500m/7mins walk away.