When you dine out with kids, it’s often a treat for them as much as you, so you can let a few chicken nuggets or a burger slide. What we do find is many restaurants and cafes simply don’t have an healthy option for kids, not allowing you or them to make a choice of something more nutritionally balanced. Luckily, there are some brilliant Perth venues where the Chefs put as much thought into the little kids menus as for the adults, aa well as restaurants that have an all-round heathy offering for the entire family. See our guide to cafes with healthy kid’s menus in Perth here…
North of Perth
The kids menu at Vans is particularly good, with fresh options and quality produce used. Choose from spaghetti, lamb lollypops, steak, mash and veggies – plus more! Little Chef wolfed down the tasty fish and chips. Serving sticks of carrot, capsicum and avocado on the side is a brilliant idea. Little Chef loved this and much preferred it to a traditional side salad, which often goes untouched. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Vans is located at 1 Napoleon St, Cottesloe. Find out more on their website.
Sistas Burns Beach
At Sistas Burns Beach there is a small kids menu, which also doubles as an over 65’s menu – good idea! With options like spaghetti bolognaise and Little Chef’s favourite – fresh battered fish and chips with a salad. All are generous portions and use fresh, quality ingredients. Afterwards, head to the park opposite or go for a paddle! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Sistas Burns Beach is located at 35 Ocean Parade, Burns Beach.
The Wild Fig Café, Scarborough
The Wild Fig, found on the beachfront in Scarborough, is the perfect place to visit for breakfast, lunch or dinner for a fresh and tasty family meal. Menu options for kids include a platter (with ham, cheese, cucumber, carrot, dip & tomato), mini smashed avo, Fish and chips and pasta with pulled lamb. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
The Wild Fig Café is located at 190 The Esplanade, Scarborough. Find out more on their website.
Kapitol Kitchen, Wanneroo
You may find your options for eating out are limited if you or a family member has a food intolerance. Kapitol Kitchen is perfect if you’re avoiding gluten, there’s great news – EVERYTHING on the menu is gluten free. Kids have plenty of healthy choices too. The kid’s corner is stocked with plenty of toys, activities, blocks and a play kitchen. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Kapitol Kitchen is located at 943 Wanneroo Road, Wanneroo. Find out more on their website.
Pax & Co, Mount Lawley
The kid’s menu at heathy Beaufort Street spot Pax and Co, has got to be one of the best in Perth, it even includes options for babies! There’s beetroot and cacao pancakes, chicken strips with sweet potato fries and more. The baby tasting plate comes with fresh strawberries, blueberries, banana, avocado, and cheese for $5. And best of all babycinos are FREE with any purchase. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Pax & Co is located at 609 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley. Find out more on their website.
Sushi Wawa, Innaloo
If you have a little sushi lover in your household, they will enjoy a trip to Sushi Wawa, near Ikea. The casual Japanese restaurant prides itself on being family friendly, with a fenced ‘Kids Zone’. Children will be mesmerised by the moving sushi train and choosing their own dishes. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Sushi Wawa is located at 8A Sunray Drive, Innaloo. Find out more on their website.
South & East of Perth
Little Banksia, Kensington
There are plenty of options for kids at cute cottage café, Little Banksia. “Little Person’s Lunch Box” consists of a kid’s cheese and ham toasty, fresh strawberries and slices of apple. The kids’ meals include a choice of milkshake, juice or babycino. And best of all there’s a brilliant play corner too. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Little Banksia is located at 78 Banksia Tce, Kensington. Find out more on their website.
Naked Apple Cider House
The Naked Apple kids menu has good choices for Sunday breakfast and lunch, including a beef schnitzel burger, a kid’s platter (with sandwich, yogurt, diced cheese and fruit) and much more. With the promise of a play on the playground and exploring the gardens, they’re sure to wolf down their meal! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Naked Apple Cider House is located at 1088 Brookton Highway, Karragullen. Find out more on their website.
Health Freak Café (Muti Locations)
In what has to be one of the month healthy kid’s menus in Perth, you can be confident that every choice at Health Freak Café menu is a healthy one. The “Little Freaks” menu has breakfast and lunch options like banana bread with fresh fruit and chicken tenderloins with sweet potato fries. The menu is particularly good if you have a little one with a gluten intolerance. Read the Buggybuddys review on Heath Freak Applecross here.
Health Freak Café is located at Shop 5, 787b Canning Highway, Applecross. Find out more on their website.
Cafe Mojo, Mundaring
The tiny tums menu at Café Mojo includes a grazing plate, pancake stack, cheese toasties or any half portion of the adult meals (what a great idea!). The adults menu is full of healthy options including gluten free, dairy free, celiac and vegan dishes. Kids will love playing in the outside play area, complete with mini kitchen. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Café Mojo is located at 16 Craig St, Mundaring. Find out more on their website.
Did we miss your favourite café with healthy kid’s menus in Perth? Let us know in the comments below!
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