Prague and Vienna recommendations with baby?
Husband and I will be traveling with our daughter who will be almost 6 months old to Prague and Vienna at the end of July. I am looking for recommendations in both cities for baby-friendly places to eat.
We are mostly looking to try local dishes and snacks, like roast pork, sausage, fried cheese, schnitzel, etc. . And, of course, the pastries! We prefer more casual places for dinner, cafes for breakfast, markets... A few recommendations for non Czech/Viennese cuisine would also be appreciated, though we will be going to Rome for the last part of our trip, so no italian.
Of course, hubby will also want to sample the beer :)
Key for me is to find places that are baby-friendly; otherwise, I think there are plenty of delicious sounding recommendations on the board. Our daughter seems to do well at restaurants here at home (Toronto).
I tried doing a search on the boards but did not find anything - if I missed something, a link to relevant thread(s) would also be appreciated.
Thanks in advance :)
There is a list of all places in Vienna offering some or many child-friendly options. It is obtained from the falter.at/wwei database and just selected all places offering anything specially for children.
So this is not a recommendation, just a list to choose from. And it is in German...
IMHO this list is incomplete, and many other restaurants also offer baby chairs and food items suitable for children.
I cannot recommend certain places, since our baby is already 33 years old. But even when she was a baby, in the 1980s, we very often took her with us for a nice lunch or dinner, especially when it was possible to sit outdoors, and never had any negative experience. Since there are so many cafes, beisl, pizzerias and informal restaurants in town, I am sure you will not have any major problems (beside the fact that travelling with a 6 month old is quite challenging...)