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Where can children dine on board?

When it comes to dining, we lay on a special early tea (time and location will be confirmed once on board) with children’s favourites to suit younger tastes. To see the children's menu, please visit 'Can I see an example of a menu?'

If you prefer, the relaxed and informal buffet is available from early morning to late evening and has a wide selection of dishes. If you’d rather all dine together in the main restaurant, that’s great fun for families too.

Children are welcome to dine in any of the dining areas on board. Meals are not provided in the children's facilities however, snacks are provided in the playrooms.

Children's tea

The Lido restaurant provides a designated children's tea, with parental supervision required. Full details and menus will be available on board.

Children's tea parties take place at the following locations at the approximate times:

  • Queen Anne - TBC
  • Queen Mary 2 - Chefs Galley 4:45pm to 5:30pm daily
  • Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth -  If there is a significant number of guests under 10 years old, a children's tea buffet is held in the Lido from 5:00pm to 5:45pm daily. If there are only a few children on board, a formal set up is not offered however the food is always available in the Lido.

Alternative Fine Dining

Children are welcome to dine in our Alternative Fine Dining Restaurants, however there are no child menus and no child prices. Please speak to the Restaurant Manager should your child have any special requirements.


Breast Feeding

As a family friendly organisation, we recognise the benefits of breast feeding to mothers and infants therefore breast feeding is welcome on board.

Baby / Infant Food

Please see question: Which diets can you cater for? 

Baby/Infant Equipment

For items such as bottle warmers, sterilisers and bed rails please see question: Can I bring, or can you provide, baby/infant equipment?

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