Tel: 07957 294 061
Email: info@rascalsoflondon.co.uk

The essential London Magazine for
all parents with young children

Restaurants

Sticky Fingers

Sticky Fingers

Opened in1989 by legendary Rolling Stones rocker Bill Wyman, Sticky Fingers is a kid-friendly restaurant with excellent food.

Where: Kensington

Tel: 0207 938 5338

Web: www.stickyfingers.co.uk

Candy Cakes

Candy Cakes

For delicious home-made cakes that are brightly decorated and look amazing, Candy Cakes is the place for you.

Where: Covent Garden

Tel: 0207 497 8979

Web: www.candycakes.com

Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe

Amazing rock memorabilia that will probably eppeal to parents more than kids, but the general atmosphere is great for the whole family.

Where: Old Park Lane

Tel: 0207 514 1700

Web: www.hardrock.com

Giraffe

Sticky Fingers

Fresh and healthy European and African inspired food, fantastic range of dishes. They also have a life-sized family of giraffes in the restaurant!

Where: Spitalfields

Tel: 0203 116 2000

Web: www.giraffe.net

The Medieval Banquet

The Medieval Banquet

You can have a right royal time. Enjoy traditional medieval fare with King Henny VIII whilst knights battle right in front of yourvery eyes.

Where: East Smithfield

Tel: 0207 480 5353

Web: www.medievalbanquet.com

Rainforest Cafe

Sticky Fingers

Rainforest Café, bringing together the sights and sounds of the jungle in a vibrant and exciting atmosphere of fun for all the family.

Where: Piccadilly Circus

Tel: 0207 434 3111

Web: www.therainforestcafe.co.uk

Summer Smoothie Recipe

Remember! Ask an adult to help with all the peeling, chopping and blending. Wash your hands before you start.

  1. You will need: 9 Strawberries, 1 Banana, 1 Grapefruit, 1 Pear.
  2. Now ask an adult to help you find these pieces of equipment. Ice cube tray with ice, Chopping knife, Chopping board, Blender, Glasses, Umbrellas and straws (optional).
  3. Carefully slice the tops off 6 of the strawberries. Peel the banana and cut it in half.
  4. Peel the grapefruit and break it into segments.
  5. Peel and core the pear then cut it into pieces.
  6. Ask an adult to place all the ingredients in your blender together with 3 ice cubes.
  7. Blend for 3 minutes until smooth then pour into glasses.

Make a slit in each of your extra strawberries then pop one on the edge of each glass. Add an umbrella and a straw.

Winter Edition

Rascals 18th edition

Our Winter edition is jammed packed with vital information and all the latest parenting issues. Make sure you check out our What´s On section to keep in the know of everything going on in and around the city.

Next Edition

Next edition Winter 2016
  • Hidden Gems on your Doorstep
  • Baby Product Reviews
  • Sport Special
  • Is Breast Really Always Best
  • Reading, reading and more reading
  • What's On When
Advertise with us
Advertisment Advertisment Advertisment

Rascals News

Measles vaccination plan in England targets 1m children

One million schoolchildren in England who missed MMR jabs are to be targeted by a vaccination plan aimed at curbing the growing threat of measles...

Flu in pregnancy 'may raise bipolar risk for baby'

Flu during pregnancy may increase the risk of the unborn child developing bipolar disorder later in life, research suggests...

London needs '118,000 extra school places' in three years

The body that represents London's 33 local authorities says at least 118,000 more state-funded school places will be needed within the next three years...

4,800 London children fail to get a primary school place

Nearly 5,000 London children have failed to get a place at any primary school they want to go to, figures reveal...

More Rascals News
Commercial Advertisement