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Toddlers in Wagamamas

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Mung Thu 02-Oct-08 13:20:22

Will my 3 year old be able to reach the table from the bench (been ages since I went) and do they have high chairs for my 18 month old?

Bluestocking Thu 02-Oct-08 13:20:43

yes and yes

Mung Thu 02-Oct-08 13:21:09

Thanks...we'll try it out then.

cthea Thu 02-Oct-08 13:21:27

They have high cahirs. The one I went to had the clip-on type. The benches are a bit high for a 3 y.o, I think.

Mung Thu 02-Oct-08 13:23:25

DS could sit on our coats to reach...I'm sure we'll find a way

drivinmecrazy Thu 02-Oct-08 13:28:34

3 yo DD2 managed fine on the bench, just had to keep reminding her not to lean back! Fantastic kids menus, makes a change to all the other crap the little ones get offered in other places. Always found it hard to comprehend that we go out to eat great food and they usually get offered rubbish. Love it in Spain because they get smaller portions of our food, much more exciting.

orangina Thu 02-Oct-08 13:29:44

I thought the food on the kids menu at wagamama was rubbish actually... plastic noodles and horrible chicken with yucky sauce.... I would definitely order enough of the adult food to be able to feed kids with...

Mung Thu 02-Oct-08 13:34:08

Thats interesting Orangina. So it may be worth ordering an adult meal for them to share.

Bramshott Thu 02-Oct-08 13:35:28

I'd advise against using the chopsticks that come with the kids meals - we took DD1 when she was 4, and because she couldn't get close enough to the table, every time she picked something up with her little kiddy-chopsticks, it fell onto the floor hmm

annoyingdevil Thu 02-Oct-08 13:40:47

My two love it (2 and 3) the childrens' Katso(sp)curry is good (with the sweet rather than spicy sauce). DS sits in the clip on seat

cmotdibbler Thu 02-Oct-08 15:26:22

DS loves it, but what we do now is to order him a bowl of plain noodles (2.50 for a huge bowl), and then give him bits out of ours, plus the huge amount of edamame and dumplings he packs away. I don't like the childrens menu, and he's not trustworthy with a bowl of ramen yet.

Bramshott Mon 06-Oct-08 10:34:14

Inspired by this thread, I went on Friday with DH, DB and DD2 (18 months) and we all had a good time! She was so excited to be out without her big sister, and they brought her Postman Pat colouring to scribble over!

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