Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

Blue Cow Café

N-1-4, Plaza Da­mas, 60 Jalan Sri Har­ta­mas 1, Sri Har­ta­mas, KL (03 6201 3206/www. blue­ Pets are al­lowed to dine with their fam­ily at the porch or bal­cony, and small dogs and cats are per­mit­ted to sit on the chairs when the res­tau­rant is quiet. There’s an all-day menu with a sep­a­rate menu for kids. A kids’ play area (backyard bal­cony) is only usu­ally set up dur­ing week­ends, but if you call and make a reser­va­tion, they will set up the play area for you. Blue Cow Café is also open to birth­day cel­e­bra­tions for kids. Kid-friendly. Wa­ter for pets. Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, 8am-10pm. $$

Sid’s Pub

M-5A, The Vil­lage, Bangsar South, 2 Jalan 1/112H, off Jalan Ker­inchi, KL (03 2287 7437/www. sid­ De­spite hav­ing only hav­ing a few places to sit, the out­door space is pet proof. So far only dogs have made the pit stop with their own­ers, but other pets are wel­comed too, un­less of course you’re talk­ing about snakes or other pets that could send cus­tomers run­ning. The menu is full of fam­ily-friendly pub grub like fish and chips, pies and roasts – enough to keep the whole fam­ily happy. Child-friendly. Dis­abled-friendly. Wa­ter for pets. Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, 11am-1.30am. $$$

Casa Cucina

12 & 14, Jalan KL 3/7, Ta­man Kota Lak­samana Seksyen 3, Malacca (06 281 8790/016 613 0022/ Face­book: Casa-Cucina-Melaka). Some lo­cals say it’s the best Ital­ian food in Malacca. You wouldn’t ex­pect it from its ap­pear­ance, but this el­e­gant cot­tage is big­ger than it looks. De­spite its red ta­ble cloths and beau­ti­fully folded nap­kins, this place wel­comes the en­tire fam­ily, in­clud­ing Fido. This pe­tite res­tau­rant is rel­a­tively quiet dur­ing the week­days; week­ends are prob­a­bly when you’ll spot a tail or two. Dis­abled-friendly. High chairs avail­able. Wa­ter for pets. Cred­its cards ac­cepted. Daily, 12noon2.30pm, 6-11pm

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