NOAH'S ARK CAFE
Our Noah's Ark cafe has been a fun and unique place for families to eat since it was built 2 months ago. To make the area covid safe, we've had screens installed between the seats - turning the whole area into fun, themed animal cage booths! Children will love eating here more than ever.
We've also done some work on our menu, moving away from cheap and cheerful cafe food into providing healthy, homestyle hot meals along with our popular pizzas, potatoes and of course our kids menu.
We cater for a whole range of allergies and specific dietary requirements. If you're unsure just ask. We make everything fresh in-house and stock lots of alternatives to popular food such as gluten free chicken nuggets and delicious vegi sausages.
The cafe will use table service and payment will be taken on exit from the play centre. You can order food at any time via paper menu's around the play area and cafe and hand these to a member of staff. You can request the specific time that you would like food to be ready and we will do our best to meet that. All groups will be assigned a table or booth number as they come into the Hideaway and you can use that booth or table at any time. The tannoy will be used to call you for food or drinks. It may be possible to bring drinks into the play area - though not into the zones themselves.
Throughout the cafe there are windows which will be open to provide additional ventilation as well as a high ceiling, and a ventilation system that sucks the air straight upwards and out of the building.
Some important things to note:
All the windows will be open. If it's cold, please bring layers and feel free to bring your own blankets to snuggle under.
High chairs are available.
There will be boxes of small toys available for young children in your zone if required. All boxes will be cleaned thoroughly after use.
Free Wifi is available. Most tables do not have plug sockets available.
Bringing your own food, drinks or picnic is strictly not allowed. Please bear in mind that the cafe is a significant source of income to maintain and operate the Hideaway for the time being with such reduced numbers, respect and support this.
Children need to be supervised. Families should enter and leave the cafe area together.
If you choose to join up with others not from your household and share a zone against current government legislation, that is your decision and we ask you not to do this.