Trevor wrote:Gwynaethva - if children were only ever taken to Saturday/Sunday morning screaming sessions at Giraffe - then what's the message here to the kids?
That it's ok to scream in restaurants.
What's the definition of child-friendly? Del Aziz have highchairs so that's child friendly enough for me.
Trevor wrote:Ivanhoe - good on you for making sure restaurants guests behave properly - a sort of restaurant SuperNanny. If you're in a restaurant with parents of misbehaving children then pull up a chair - i'm sure they'd love to hear your advice on child rearing.
Bloggie wrote:By not watching your kids and teaching them respect of others, you are in the wrong. but what generally happens, is that the innocent quiet and respectful diner with no kids, is yelled at by said parents, when trying to ask for the kids to stop running about. So you get on the defensive, when truthfully you know you are just being a lazy parent.
it beggers belief really.
Trevor wrote:I get a tad narked at the zero tolerance attitude that seems to favour children being seen but not heard, being allowed only in certain types of restaurants and making sure they're out of there before the 'adults' arrive. Children aren't some kind of social disease that should be hidden way from polite society.
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