There are plenty of seating options outside all shaded with umbrellas and some nice cushioned bench options. Some super steep stairs lead up to the main car park and an outdoor sports sand pit where the older kids play beach volley ball amongst other things.
The dinner menu offers a good variety to suit your tastes and palate. The kids’ menu includes burger & chips, fish & chips, nuggets & chips, spaghetti meat balls and macaroni cheese with bacon. Miss 4 had her usual fish and chips, a firm favourite although I would like to see it served with salad, especially for kids.
The main menu includes pizza, steak & chips, salmon, curry, fish & chips, pies and a rather yummy German pork knuckle with sauerkraut which was twice cooked, boiled then roasted, so the crackling is super crisp and chewy! I had mine served with vegetables.Hubby had pizza with all the trimmings.
No.1 son was super hungry, and as there were no pizza options for the kids he wolfed down an adult Hawaiian pizza to himself.
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