After being intrepid and roaming the area, we ended up in the beer garden of a
The roast dinner was around £14.50 for each of us, and I think we paid £6.50 for Aaron to have a miniature version of the same. Thanks to drinks and a starter it still somehow came to £46 (an expensive lunch). I was a real fan of the miniature roast being on the menu as I hate the fact that restaurants assume that a 2 year old can thrive and grow on chicken nuggets and chips, but I had egg on my face with Daddy, when he barely touched it. He was so excited to be eating outside he just wanted to be adventurous so he was running in between tables or climbing on the low wall, or looking at 2 dogs that were with people at other tables. Daddy got really cross when he raised the twig he'd found, above head height so I had to keep leaving my meal to monitor him. The twig was so large it was a branch really (but as slim as a twig). Aaron loved the freedom, and I enjoyed watching him, but we did both want him to eat. But I don't know what it is with 2 year olds; they're not always hungry when you want them to be.
We had a lovely day nonetheless and here's the collages of the photos:
Lots of love, Liska xx