Went here today for breakfast/brunch with my mother and seven week old baby. My son was asleep in his maxi cosi car seat. We entered the restaurant on the side adjacent to Neville jewellers. I noticed a sign requesting customers not to block the entrance with buggys. At this side of the restaurant there were about 5-6 tables occupied.
We walked through the restaurant to an area at the second entrance where all tables were unoccupied (there was literally NOBODY there!) and there was ample floor space. As we prepared to sit, after positioning the maxi cosi adjacent to the table (not blocking an aisle way -should any customers come in), a middle aged waiter (the owner?) came over to me to say we could not sit/stay there due to health&safety reasons. He said the buggy would have to go! For anyone familiar with the size of a maxi cosi / on bugaboo wheels, this buggy is as compact as a chair. He offered that we could sit outside the door in the Shopping Centre corridor.
Needless to say, the option of sitting in a public corridor with my elderly mother, my seven week old breast feeding baby was not realistic or practical. I would love to rate this restaurant based on their food but due to their ridiculous anti child policy (particularily when the restaurant was more or less empty!!) I can't do this.
Instead I would encourage anyone to visit Jaye Taylor's around the corner. Brunch was superb, staff were welcoming and helpful.
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