Modesh’s top eateries
Are you feeling peckish? Modesh is always looking for exciting new eateries to share with his friends, and wants his meals to come with a side of serious fun. Here are some lively spots that will take the whole family on a culinary adventure. Ready, steady, snack!
Modesh’s top five family-friendly restaurants
Where food meets lots of fun
Modesh is always looking for exciting new eateries to share with his friends, and wants his meals to come with a side of serious fun. Here are some lively spots that will take the whole family on a culinary adventure. Ready, steady, snack!
You’ll feel like you’ve won the golden ticket when you step into this Willy Wonka-themed restaurant that transports you into the famous book by Roald Dahl, mixing in a touch of Alice in Wonderland too. If a play zone and soft play area weren't enough, there are also movies being beamed in, plus colouring sections – and a delicious menu to pick from. Modesh always goes for the mac and cheese while Dana’s go-to are the banana and Nutella waffles. They also always make sure they get a snap under the fantastical tree in the centre of the eatery.
White & the Bear
Kids are firmly in the spotlight at this bright white restaurant by children’s food favourite Annabel Karmel. Modesh loves the mini tables and chairs, bear-shaped place settings and yummy but healthy eats – the pizzas are made to look like baby bears and you can decorate your own bunny-shaped cookies too. There’s a separate menu for grown-ups, but they’ll definitely be ordering the unicorn ice-cream for dessert.
Adventure PARX and Café
Adventure seekers should follow Modesh as he explores this huge indoor playground – that has a handy café serving easy-to-eat treats when the family wants to stop and snack. There are ropes to swing on, walls to climb, tunnels to slide down and lots more fun activities to keep you busy. With so much to do, you might even stay until dinner time.
Green Planet Café
If you’re an animal-lover like Modesh then you’ll definitely want to go to The Green Planet, an interactive indoor rainforest. Explore its various habitats, work up your appetite and make your way to the cafe – Dana loves the chicken and mushroom pasta – at the Green Planet Café too. There’s over 3,000 exotic plants and animals in this explorer’s paradise; set off in search of a sighting of the sleepy sloth, stroke creepy crawlies or spy a brightly-coloured macaw parrot.
Pick up a paintbrush and go on a creative journey at Café Ceramique. The whole family can unleash their imagination and add colour to ceramics from mugs and plates to animals and characters. Making a masterpiece might make you hungry, and luckily there’s a huge menu offering up delicious treats to further fuel your artistic side.
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