Ty Val child-friendly restaurant
We have always found that the local restaurants are incredibly child friendly so don’t worry about venturing out with young children and most do a children’s menu or you can ask for child portions in those that don’t.
The only downside is that generally French restaurants tend to have fixed opening hours (lunch 12h-14h and dinner 19h-21h/22h) which don’t fit in with most young children’s eating hours. The good news if you are coming from the UK or Ireland is that you do have an extra hour with the time zones which helps if you keep the children in the same time patterns.
The other good news is that one of our local restaurants, Ty Val, is open from 18h30 Thursday to Sunday, have a reasonably priced childrens menu (with surprise) around 7€ and an outside patio area with boules, slides and swings for the children.
Dimask tea rooms & restaurant in Quistinic
Alternatively, the absolutely charming Dimask Tea Rooms, one of our favourite places to go, with its even more charming hostess is open from 9am to 7pm (except Wednesdays) for a bite to eat at any time. See our review here. English spoken.
West Wake Park terrace
Another great place to pick up food at almost anytime is at the café/bar Chez Pops at the West Wake Park, where you can watch the télé-skiing whilst having a meal or a snack.
You will also find in high season that there are some restaurants where you can get food all afternoon and we are happy to point you in the right direction.
A good standby is McDonalds (We are not fans really!) but in France the food is not too bad at all, they are open from 10h and they always have a children’s play area.