Looking for a restaurant that is family friendly?
This week, Radnor Patch reviewed based on its kid-friendliness. Handmade French pastries by a master pastry chef, gorgeous chocolate animals (which will wow your kids), flaky croissants, and foie gras are the highlights of this shop. Click for the review.
Patch reviewed other restaurants around the area as well. Find out which ones have kid's menus and which ones are paying the most attention to food allergies.
Spanikopites are a delicious way to get your kids to eat spinach. The flaming cheese will delight everyone, and the grilled meats, cooked with minimal fat, are a heart healthy way to eat more protein. Click for the review.
Chinese food is usually a crowd pleaser for people of all ages. The menu here is no exception. Our junior reviewers really enjoyed the "seafood in flower basket." Click for the review.
Tiffin Kitchen 50 East Wynnewood Road Wynnewood, PA 19096
Grilled meats, plenty of vegetarian items, and freshly baked breads are just a few of the many things that make this restaurant great. Your kids will love the vegetable samosas while the adults can have some spicy vindaloo. Click for the review.
Moms, are you looking for an allergy-free paradise? If you have a difficult time finding foods that are gluten-free, dairy-free, corn-free, or soy-free you'll find your dietary Eden in this neighborhood market. Most of the items are also organic, whole-grain, and preservative-free. Most of the items are also organic, whole-grain, and preservative-free. Click for the review.
Although they do have a kid's menu, this tavern also has happy hours. There may be kid-friendly food, however I would avoid dining here during those hours in case of overly "happy" patrons. Click for the review.
Pierogies are fun for everyone to eat, and this place has more than a dozen varieties. While the baked potato pierogie is indeed delicious and kid-friendly, it is certainly not for the health conscious. Click for the review.
An unofficial kid's menu includes favorites like chicken fingers and pasta. For something healthier, order an entrée salad and split it between the kids. Click for the review.