With a name like Nantucket you can probably guess it takes it’s inspiration from Cape Cod, and you’ll find traditional USA fare like crab cakes and mac n cheese. The restaurant itself is open, bright and welcoming, and it falls into the category of fine dining. Child friendly fine dining? I hear you say. It can be done.
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- high chairs available
- space for the pram particularly at the front of the restaurant
- kid’s menu
- welcoming staff
- baby change facilities available
- colouring pages and pencils available
- no play area
Nantucket is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s white walls with splashes of greenery make it welcoming and exude a relaxed fine dining atmosphere. Despite the fine dining tag, it welcomes families, and you’ll find a menu for the kids on a “View Master”. So the kids can look at the pictures and choose their meal. Ingenious. You might just find the kids take a bit longer to choose their meal than normal!
So don’t be afraid to take the kids out for a nice meal. While it’s not a restaurant where the kids can play, if they’re happy to sit and colour, Nantucket is a great option.