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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please 14:06 - Aug 6 with 580 viewsreuserfivethree

Hello!

Sorry for such a random post. We will be taking the ferry back to Holland on Monday night and are looking for somewhere to eat with two young children around 5-6pm. We'll be driving down from Suffolk to Harwich, and ideally would like somewhere in or near Harwich to eat with them. We don't know the area of anyone round there, so I hope the TWTD massive might have a tip or two.

So if you know anywhere, please let us know!

Thanks very much.
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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 14:25 - Aug 6 with 534 viewsTVRBlue

Hi.

Appreciate it's not everyone's cup of tea but there is a very good Wetherspoons in Harwich called The Bottle Kiln. Stayed there for a couple of nights about a month or so ago and there were other families in there at the time of day/evening you're talking about. Good choice of food at reasonable prices and I'd recommend it on my experience there.

https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/hotels/england/essex/the-bottle-kiln
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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 14:53 - Aug 6 with 504 viewshomer_123

Gregg's and McDs near the port.

Lucas in Manningtree or Mistley Thorn for a more restaurant type of thing. Check timings though.

Highly recommended the cafe here as well

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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 16:44 - Aug 6 with 438 viewsstonojnr

Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 14:25 - Aug 6 by TVRBlue

Hi.

Appreciate it's not everyone's cup of tea but there is a very good Wetherspoons in Harwich called The Bottle Kiln. Stayed there for a couple of nights about a month or so ago and there were other families in there at the time of day/evening you're talking about. Good choice of food at reasonable prices and I'd recommend it on my experience there.

https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/hotels/england/essex/the-bottle-kiln


Technically it's in Dovercourt not Harwich :)

The Alma Inn, in Harwich, does food ,usually very popular so i assume its good http://www.almaharwich.co.uk/

Theres Samuel Pepys which is more of a restaurant and the Pier hotel

Manningtree has the Crown, GK pub, plus Brantham Bull worth a look
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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 16:51 - Aug 6 with 422 viewsbluelagos

If you just want to eat, Morrisons has a cafe. About 1/4 milee to the ferry.

Pub in Ramsey (if its open on a Monday) is good.

Pier in Harwich, options on pier and cafe opposite.

Head to Dovercourt for blue flag cafe near beach.

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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 16:55 - Aug 6 with 410 viewsmojo

I have never been but I hear there is a good pizza restaurant called Luca's in Manningtree.
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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 17:27 - Aug 6 with 379 viewsDr_S_Gachet

Comes in to check for Luccas………Leaves satisfied
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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 19:14 - Aug 6 with 305 viewsreuserfivethree

thank you all very much, that's really helpful!
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Tips for a child friendly pub/restaurant around Manningtree to Harwich please on 11:45 - Aug 9 with 141 viewsreuserfivethree

Thanks again for the tips. We went to Lucca's, which was just what we needed. Really kid-friendly, great staff and quick service. Highly recommended in case anyone else is reading.
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