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I often visit the cafe in my local Asda, my most recent visit being on Friday when i went with my sister and her 18 month old daughter.
My sister ordered sausage, beans and chips and i chose sausage, chips and gravy (they don't charge extra for gravy!) and we both got a bottle of water. Altogether the bill was .... £4.42!
As my neice is still young she didn't have her own meal and just had a little bit from each of us, but the cafe does offer childrens meals, either small portions of the adult meals like the sausage and chips or a kids box which you get a sandwich, yoghurt, biscuit, crisps and juice and it is only about £1.88 for that.
Rather than highchairs, they had the ones that you attach to the normal chairs so my neice thought she was a big girl.
They also offer free baby food when you are buying an adult meal.
Other meals available are fish, pie, lasagne, pasta, cottage pie, curry, a variety or hot and cold sandwiches, soup and others depending on the day or time of year (e.g sunday lunches and christmas dinners). They also have a wide selection of cakes such as apple pie and chocolate fudge cake which all look delicious but I havn't yet tried any of them. Drinks wise they have water, various bottle of pop, cartons of juice for the kids, tea (regular and any other possible kind you can think of), coffee, hot chocolate and milk.
The only problem I have found with Asda is one time when i visited the cafe with my mother and after seeing a poster saying soup of the day country vegetable she decided that was what she would have to eat but when we came to order they didn't have any soup, so that was a bit dissappointing.
They have plenty of staff always willing to help and constantly keeping the tables clean and tidy.
I have only visited a couple of Asda cafes in my area but from my experience i would definately recommend it to others and I hope that the Asda cafe near you is as good as mine.