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Timbo79
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High chairs in cafes

Post by Timbo79 » 30 Dec 2016 22:42

Hi
Relatively new to the area, my other half and i headed out for lunch with our 11 month old baby in sydenham.
A few of the usual spots were closed as it was xmas break, i.e. 161, on the hoof. We tried a couple of other places we'd not been in a lot which had 1 or no high chairs so we ended up walking uo to FH.
Can anyone recommend the best places in Sydenham for lunch with a baby?
Thanks

Pally
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Re: High chairs in cafes

Post by Pally » 30 Dec 2016 23:11

On the hoof is welcoming as are cherry and ice. Brown and greens in Mayow park also good for kids. Alexandra Nurseries (penge) is good too

monkeyarms
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Re: High chairs in cafes

Post by monkeyarms » 31 Dec 2016 00:19

As mentioned above - Brown & Green.
On the Hoof is very welcoming of children.
Don't know about Hibagon (not sure what its opening hours are) but worth a phone call in advance to ask as the food is probably Sydenham's most interesting.
I used to take our son into Trattoria Raffaele when he was two and a half, falling asleep on our lap at the table. Can't remember if they had high chairs but I'd expect so.

Worth going to Bona in Forest Hill for pizza (and worth keeping their takeaway delivery details!)

Parkrunner
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Re: High chairs in cafes

Post by Parkrunner » 2 Jan 2017 17:17

Raffaele's has high chairs and is very welcoming of children, but not sure if they're open at lunchtimes...

Think the Golden Lion has high chairs too, as does the Dolphin. For all their unfriendly-sounding notices about children, the Dolphin were actually great when we took our two plus their baby cousin there for lunch a couple of Saturdays ago.

And there's always Chef's Delight if you fancy finishing off your arteries :D

Timbo79
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Re: High chairs in cafes

Post by Timbo79 » 6 Jan 2017 20:52

Thanks for the suggestions.

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