After a busy morning of shopping we treated ourselves to lunch out at our local TGI Friday’s. We had never eaten there before so didn’t know what to expect.
We were shown to our table and we were given menus and activity books for the children.
They were really happy to sit and do some colouring and puzzles whilst we looked at the menu.
We ordered our drinks first and everyone had a delicious milkshake which was surprisingly filling!
Fortunately we didn’t allow them to ruin our appetite. Here’s where my photos end as we were too busy eating to take photos. The children had fish fingers and a hot dog which came with cucumber, carrot and pepper sticks. Little Sis refused to eat her fish fingers because they didn’t look like the ones mummy cooks at home! She’s a fussy eater which is a shame as these fish fingers looked really tasty. Her brother, of course, demolished everything on his plate.
My husband had the Cheeseburger deluxe and I had the BBQ Pulled Pork burger. Both delicious.
We found our main courses were really filling so didn’t need anything else although we were tempted by one of the Sundaes. The restaurant was really busy but we loved the great service and atmosphere. We would definitely recommend it as a great place to eat, especially with Mother’s Day coming up!
Disclosure – we were offered a meal voucher in exchange for our honest review
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We were recently sent a selection of Cherry Tree Farm products to try out. As well as being the name of my favourite Enid Blyton book, it is also the name of a new cooked meats range. We were challenged to make 7 meals in 7 days! I have to be honest and say most of them went into packed lunches which my son and husband enjoyed
I was sent a couple of suggestions to make other meals and the Chicken Tikka Wraps were delicious but we never got round to making the Warm Chicken & Potato Salad or American Style Brunch! However these are definitely some recipe ideas which I’ve pinned to the fridge for another day.
The new cooked meats are great for busy parents who want quick and easy meals. All of the Cherry Tree Farm range is 100% British, low fat, cooked and ready to eat.
The new product range includes:
Hickory Smoked Turkey
Roast Chicken Breast
Roast Chicken Chunks
Roast Turkey Breast
Tikka Chicken Chunks
Wafer Thin American Fried Chicken
Wafer Thin Turkey Ham
The range is available nationwide at Co-op stores.
We stopped for lunch on the way back to London at The Wagon and Horses, a pretty little pub where we sat with a great view of Silbury Hill. The children were excited as usual!