Top three places to eat with the kids this Easter holiday

    Radici

    School’s out, which means eating out is in! When hunger strikes take your little diners to our three favourite kid-friendly eateries in London, where feasts for the whole family are served…

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    Radici, Islington
    You can’t knock Italians  when it comes to their passion for family feasting. Set back from buzzy Upper Street, Radici serves up seasonal splendour for all ages. Bambinis aged five to 10 can chow down on chicken milanese served with zucchini fries or keep it classic with a margherita pizza. Save room for dessert, too. Opt for cake of the day, ice cream, or a fruit salad. radici.uk

    Mayfair

    28°-50°, Mayfair
    A stone’s throw from Oxford Street, kick the weekend off in style with 28°-50°’s newly revamped kids’ menu. The Saturday lunch offer sees little ones eat for free – watch them wolf down the cod and chips – while deserving parents receive 20 per cent off their food bill to boot.  2850.co.uk

    TPH

    TPH of Chelsea, Chelsea
    Around five to eight per cent of children have a food allergy, which means buttery curries are off the menu for many. TPH of Chelsea has removed ghee, butter, cream, milk and any other dairy product from the cooking process. Its kids’ paratha rolls stuffed with chicken tikka or onion bhaji are served with poppadoms, chutney, a drink and sorbet. tphofchelsea.com

    WORDS: Rebecca Moore