Italy with a Baby or Toddler

Where to eat in the Pasta capital.

Many restaurants in Italy do not have high chairs or booster seats and even when they do they tend to be the ones with the single bar across the front which are only suitable for older toddlers. When travelling there, remember to take a fold away high chair or travel booster seat. Children’s menus are not common either and you might ask for a half portion of an adult meal. You will be spoiled for choice for food in Italy and will find pasta, pizza, meats, cheeses and desserts that will make your mouth water! The food differs by region and for a gastronomical tour of the country, click here or see our regional sections for more information.