Food is ok. In indor playground is too dark. Something what I will not understand is that customer has to pay (around 3EUR) for a playground! Unbelievable! Think about it: I - as a parent - will choose some restaurant among others because it has a playground. If I have to pay for it extra, then it is more logical for me to go to some regular restaurant and go somewhere else with kids anyway. Such a playground should work as an attractor, not as a separated service/product. We live near by, but since our first and only visit there and paying 3.5EUR for playground we have not came again so far. Guess why...
GooglePlace - May 2017
The climbing frame is pretty cool but not so clean. It's very expensive unless you also get food. Not much for smaller children.
GooglePlace - March 2017
Not a bad option if you have older kids (5-8). There is a fairly large climbing gym with a slide and ball pit. But if you have younger kids it's not worth the 3€ playing fee. There is one small ball pit (a converted bed frame) and that's pretty much it. And the play area is completely separated from the eating area, so if your child needs supervision, forget about eating that plate of fries while they're still hot. Also, no lactose free milk alternatives.
GooglePlace - February 2017
My German wife reserved yesterday for 13h, then we came (50 min public transportation) and the manager told us they never take reservations and kick us out. Not very nice customer service and bad manners. We are never going to come back.
GooglePlace - November 2016
GooglePlace - July 2016