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No no no no no!Don't do it!It has to go down as one of the worst parties I have ever been to.The making part was good, but was very very very short. They give you dough, you roll it, spread the tomatoes, scatter a few toppings, and it is done. Probably lasted 25-30 mins.Pizza is whisked away and baked. This bit was actually surprisingly quick. Pizza arrived, children ate. waited ages and ages for icecream.All of this took just over an hour. Which for a two hour party left just under an hour of ........ nothing.The restaurant was open for customers and we were just to one side, so we had 15 children with nothing to do and no space to let them move around. Entertaining 15 children whilst making them sit at a table for 45 minutes until their parents arrive is not a pleasant task.
Just wondering if anyone has done this. Considering doing it for my ds who will be 9 not til July who is mad about cooking. If you have was it a succeed how many children is a good idea for it to work really well? I'm thinking about 8-10?
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