Did you know that Wyevale Garden Centre is currently running Breakfast or Tea with Father Christmas for you and your family until 24th December 2015? The session lasts for approximately 90 minutes and is suitable for children of all ages. We were so excited to meet Father Christmas and sample their lovely breakfast!
When we arrived, we were shown to our table which was beautifully decorated with a Christmas theme. I also noticed that our local garden centre has yet again updated their décor and furniture too. There is even a huge ceiling heater installed to keep us warm and toasty. Now it has a much fresher look with pots of flowers in every corner of the restaurant. Also, a key improvement for me is the Wi-Fi! No need to suffer patchy and intermittent network!
Once we settled on our table, we were served with drinks like tea and coffee for adults and orange or blackcurrant squash for children. There were activity sheets with crayons for children to entertain themselves before they served our yummy looking breakfast!
We opted for the Child’s Breakfast for both children and Adult Great British Breakfast for us. You can opt for a vegetarian meal or Adult Mini Breakfast (pastry and drink).
For children, they both had a good size succulent pork sausage, scrambled eggs with a hash brown, baked beans and toast soldiers for £9.99. Look at that! Doesn’t it look delicious! Best of all was the sausage. It was tasty and not overcooked. It was just perfect!
As for us adults, we had a pork sausage, two bacon rashers, black pudding, fried egg, fried bread, hash browns, flat mushroom, grilled tomato, beans and toast including tea or filter coffee for only £7.99. The items were really well cooked and presented so it didn’t take us long to finish it all!
Soon after we had finished our breakfast, the children were invited to Father Christmas’s Ghetto to wait for him! Upon his arrival, he asked the children to ask how many reindeers he has and to name them. Later, all children were invited to pick their own favourite toy from the shelves and a Christmas cookie decorating kit. Ms C went for a hair styling kit while Mr K went for a dinosaur kit.
Overall, we had a great time at the garden centre. This is our second time attending the Christmas event at the garden centre and we always looking forward to the yummy breakfast. It is a good value breakfast considering the children get their gifts too and it was a lovely family day out too. I would definitely recommend it. To experience the Breakfast or Tea with Father Christmas, check out your nearest Wyevale garden centre for the timing and to book online.
Disclosure: We were invited to the event for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own