You will find a mix of restaurants selling both local and international cuisine in the towns and cities. Many of the larger restaurants, particularly in cities will have baby changing facilities and most will have high chairs also. In the countryside you may not be able to find changing tables in all restaurants however someone will direct you to an appropriate place to change your child. Sundays are a popular day to go the pub for lunch and you will find many local families with young kids doing the same. All of Britain’s restaurants and pubs are smoke free but when sitting outside you will not be able to find a non smoking section. Local cuisine varies greatly depending on the region you are in. Please see our regional destination guide for more tips on eating out and for a list of the best places to eat.
Eating out in the UK when travelling with a baby or toddler.