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Breton restaurant providers are committed to families

Breton restaurant providers are committed to families

Giving little Tom his jar of food as he balances precariously on your knees, while at the same time helping Lily to cut up her meat and trying to convince Harry that sauerkraut will be too filling for him… Sometimes going to a restaurant with children can be complicated. The Breton restaurants we have selected are committed to making this moment easier.

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These professional establishments are recommended by the Brittany Tourist Board and are committed to providing a range of dedicated services to meet your expectations during your stay in Brittany.

 

To prepare your stay, the “Family” restaurants:

  • are approachable and available to answer your requests for information
  • provide clearly displayed opening times

On site, you will appreciate:

  • children’s menus
  • specific equipment: high chair or booster seat, possibility to warm up a jar of food or a bottle, games, books, colouring
  • a specific welcome depending on the age brackets: for 0-3 years (push chair access, changing table), for 3-6 years, for 6-9 years, for 9-12 years

The “family advantages”

Some establishments also propose:

  • Two balanced menus in proportion to the size and age of the child, including vegetables, a dairy product and fruits
  • an introduction to local products
  • organic products
  • provision of bibs
  • welcome gifts for children
  • payment with holiday vouchers
  • English-speaking staff

Professionals, tourist offices, professional networks, etc., are all committed to ensuring that the offers proposed meet your expectations. Provide you with correct information, welcome you properly, etc.: these are their promises for a successful family holiday.

Official website of tourism in Brittany
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