The fun Mr Men inspired kids menu is also packed with activities which Mr A enjoyed doing while we waited for our food to arrive. I was pleasantly surprised with the healthy options including the Feel Good kids smoothies, which is not something Mr A would have everyday but was a nice treat to go with his starter of veggie sticks and chive dip before tucking into some tomato pasta.
John had a steak for his main, as being at a Beefeater he thought he would give it a go and couldn't fault it. It came with a little side salad, portobello mushroom and chunky chips and the service was prompt. The only down fall I have to say is the lack of vegetarian options which is rather limited to three options of either a Quorn burger, Risotto (which was lovely) or Enchiladas although you could mix and match some sides with a starter for a lighter option.
Although I knew what was really on everyones mind, well especially John and Mr A's, was the array of indulgent ice-cream sundaes and I let the boys decided on which one we would share, as they are so big they make the perfect end of meal treat for a family. They opted for a Rocky Road in all it's chocolaty creamy glory.
Overall it was good value for a family night out and young children and babies are more than welcome and it offers a place to relax for parents with a glass of wine while the kids do a spot of colouring in. The food is fairly simple and unfussy and a hit with kids and they also offer a loyalty card plus daytime and afternoon value menus.
Our meal was complimentary in exchange for an honest review