Orlando, Florida is the theme park capital of the world, and there is no shortage of kid-friendly things to do in town. When it comes to dining, you can feel free to take your children to nearly any restaurant and be confident that they will have a great time. However, some restaurants stand out more than others. Whether it is entertainment you are looking for or just a kid-friendly menu, here are a few of the most kid-friendly restaurants in Orlando.
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament offers an authentic show that is based on medieval history that dates back to the 11th century. Considered the number one dinner attraction in North America, it also has a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor. There is a fixed price for the meal and entertainment, though several different discounts are available. The dinner is roasted chicken with tomato bisque soup, sweet buttered corn and herb-based potatoes, plus a house pastry and selected beverage. Tickets for children 12 and under are $36.95 and children under three years are free if they sit on an adults’ lap and eat from their plate. It is located at 4510 West Vine Street, Kissimmee.
Cafe Tu Tu Tango
Café Tu Tu Tango offers a unique experience that combines art and dining. Diners may watch artists at work including painters, dancers, and musicians. All of the food is prepared with fresh, local ingredients, and each plate offered is considered a work of art. Tu Tu Tango mainly focuses on Mediterranean style cuisine, though there are plenty of options for children. The restaurant is located at 8625 International Drive.
Located at the Disney Springs Marketplace, The Rainforest Café is themed dining in the Amazon rain forest. It presents a show of animated animals, sound effects of thunder and rain, singing birds, and trumpeting elephants. It has waterfalls and a starry sky even at lunchtime. The food is tasty and child-friendly with pita quesadillas, prime steak, burgers, and much more. Reservations are recommended.
The name says it all. The T-Rex Cafe offers a prehistoric family adventure that’s also located at Disney Springs Marketplace. Some of the activities available are a Discovery Dig, panning for gems and fossils, and lots of information on the Paleo experience. The kid’s menu for children includes chicken, steak, macaroni, and pizza entrees as well as side dishes such as fresh fruit or mashed potatoes. There are also plenty of vegetarian and vegan choices. A child’s meal will cost about $9.
The Orlando neighborhood is loaded with kid-friendly restaurants that offer an interactive experience with medieval knights, rain forest animals, and dinosaurs, all of which are guaranteed to keep your child entertained and happy.