We know how tough it can be to eat out with little ones. Patch wants to help you know before you walk in the door if the new restaurant Aperto BYOB is a good place to eat with your children.
Restaurant: Aperto BYOB
Is there a kids’ menu? No, but the kitchen may be able to prepare some noodles, mashed potatoes or simple proteins.
Are there healthy options on the kids’ meal? The salads are fairly healthy. Buttered noodles and lean proteins are healthy as well but not always available.
How does the restaurant deal with food allergies? Alert your server and they will try to accommodate you as best they can.
Is there a diaper changing station? No.
How difficult is it to maneuver a stroller through the dining area? It's not super easy but it can be done.
Is the restaurant so quiet that any childish outburst will draw attention or is there enough noise that a small cry is likely to go unnoticed? There were definitely kids there when we went in to eat but there were no babies. The noise level is fairly high with all the chatter and the open kitchen so small cries will go unnoticed.
For the full review of Aperto BYOB, check back with Narberth-Bala Cynwyd Patch on Thursday.