This will be fast, because frankly, when you are looking for baby-friendly restaurants, you need to know that fast is your friend.

But seriously, there’s a little more to baby-friendly restaurants than that – we’ve written all about it in our ‘eating out’ with babies post.  See you there!

But remember: there’s more to feeding a baby when travelling than finding baby-friendly restaurants.

Before or after you reading our ‘eating out with kids and babies‘ post, try these baby + food + travel tips on for size:

  1. You’ll want a good bib with you. We recommend the best bibs for traveling here.
  2. Make sure your accommodation is baby-friendly so you don’t have to eat out all the time. What does that look like? We’ll fill you in here in our accommodation post.  We also have some great tips on choosing a baby-friendly hotel. Or, if you haven’t tried sites like Airbnb yet, we’ll talk you through how to use Airbnb with a baby too, in this post.
  3. Heading away on a plane? You’ll want to have a think about feeding your baby inflight.
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Aussie journalist, travel writer and founder of babieswhotravel.com Sue White has always been a traveller. When her son was born, Sue knew her travel itch would still need regular scratching. But how do you travel with a baby under one and still have a good time? Is it even possible? Where do busy new parents discover practical tips to support those first few trips? To find out, Sue and her baby son travelled both Australia and Europe doing house sits and house swaps; cat sitting and car journeys; took on 24 hours flights and short domestic jaunts; travelled with friends, solo and family members; and cycled, drove, flew and train-ed around seven countries, all before his first birthday. Learn more about Sue.

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