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Treating the kids this half term or looking to keep them busy?

Corn Exchange has got it covered with exclusive, February half term offers that appeal to the whole family.

CABANA

This February head to Cabana for the ultimate half term offer…

Kids eat free all day, every day.

Yes, you read that correctly – completely free. Take the little ones for three delicious courses and a drink, including cucumber and sweet potato hummus, followed by a Mozzarella Torrado (that’s a cheesy toastie, Brasilian style!) or a mild coconut curry with chicken breast mini skewers. Round off the meal with a fruity mango sorbet or vanilla or chocolate ice cream. The kids menu also includes a range of dishes which are lower in salt, fat and with naturally occurring sugars to keep the little tots fit and healthy. 

MOWGLI

Head to the streets of India and treat the children to the brand new kids menu at Mowgli. With the option to pick and choose a range of small, Indian street food dishes, Mowgli is the perfect option for kids who like to try a variety of flavours. For those looking to enjoy half term on a budget, kids dishes include gunpowder chicken and fries for just £5.95.

VAPIANO 

This Euro-chic chain is perfect to treat the kids to a selection of pastas, pizzas & more, ordered cafeteria-style! If you’ve a little fussy eater on your hands, don’t fret! The chef will cook your chosen dish exactly as you’d like it.

GINO D’CAMPO: MY RESTAURANT

If you’ve dashed out the house and forgotten to bring the baby changing essentials with you, have no fear, Gino D’Campo: My Restaurant has got it covered. With free baby wipes, cotton buds, baby oil and nappies in two different sizes, this might be the most efficient baby changing facility in Manchester. Italians are famed for making a fuss over children and by bringing a piece of Italy to Corn Exchange, Gino’s aim is to make the family’s experience as comfortable as possible.

COSY CLUB 

Dining out doesn’t have to be all about the food – get the whole family involved and go head to head with a variety of fun and entertaining board games at Cosy Club.

To celebrate Shrove Tuesday on the 28th February, Cosy Club is offering free pancakes for kids between 9am – 6pm, with gluten free options available on request. Treat the tots this Pancake Day and add some chocolate sauce or golden syrup, to keep them smiling all week.

PIZZA EXPRESS

This Italian gem provides exceptional quality food such as pizza and pasta as well as live music, all served in style – perfect for the whole family. Their new Piccolo Menu is perfect for little pizza lovers; featuring mini plates of grown up favourites, this new kids menu includes the iconic Pizza Express dough balls and their famous Bambinoccino!

KIDS GUIDE

Committed to making Corn Exchange a great place for kids, we’ve created a unique and interactive Kids Guide, made by kids for kids and parents looking for a fun dining experience with a difference this half term. The lucky little taste testers got to review kids menus in the 13 different venues, giving their honest opinion each step of the way.

From activity packs, to making your own pizza, there’s lots on offer so to make parents’ jobs simpler, the guide will be available in the scheme and online to help families plan ahead for a day out. Everything from pricing information to facilities and food type is easy to see.

So if you’re heading out in Manchester this half term, don’t take our word for it, check out the Kids Guide at cornexchangemanchester.co.uk/days-out-with-kids-in-manchester to take a look at what’s on offer at Manchester’s premier dining destination.

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