Hola chicos, during the Easter Holidays we were invited over to Wyevale Garden Centre to have a delicious breakfast at one of our nearest centres in Syon Park. We were very excited to go and enjoy a different Saturday morning breakfast with our girls.
We did a little video about our morning at the Garden Centre. Please see below:
You can now read more about the event below:
We haven’t been there before so it was all very new for us!!! The garden centre is very big and its restaurant is at the back. The idea was to have breakfast first and then do an egg hunt which will end with meeting the Easter Bunny! The girls were very excited, especially Bella who was very happy to meet the Easter Bunny.
When we arrived we saw that it was all set for a group of bloggers to sit down at different tables and enjoy an a pre-booked breakfast. The table was nicely laid out with activity sheets for the girls. They loved that!! Bella was very concentrated colouring and filling in the activity sheet while we were waiting for our breakfast. Sienna was so happy too. I love her cheeky smile!! 😉
Nick and I had an English Breakfast while the girls had a continental breakfast. The girls really liked the food. They both ate a fair amount, even Bella who is always very difficult with her meals, liked the food. The portions for the adults were very generous! I was not expecting that!! It was a really nice breakfast although I didn’t like the black pudding (I’m not sure if this is the correct word). But it is because I don’t eat that. It was very filling!
The people were very nice and helpful. They were of course very keen to serve us and makes us happy. We were constantly being asked if we were okay and if we needed something. Our drinks were always refilled which was really nice.
Shortly after breakfast we had Alice from Wonderland telling us that we will now be starting the easter egg hunt. We all went out of the restaurant and followed her. We went around the Garden Centre to find some eggs that the Easter Bunny had left. Of course my girls were very happy with this and had big smiles when they saw the first basket full of chocolates, LOL!
The tour around the Garden Centre was really nice as we got to see the different areas. I thought it was all very nicely decorated. It was very big and beautiful. We saw lots of different types of plants with lots of different colours. It was very pretty. I took lots of photos as I was very impressed.
Just at the end of the egg hunt we found the Easter Bunny. Bella was so keen to have a photo with him but Sienna not so much! She is a little bit scared of these kinds of characters. I hope it will be better when she grows up.
We then returned to the restaurant where some biscuits, sweets and icing were on the table waiting for the girls to start decorating them. They received one biscuit each. Nick got very creative with Sienna’s biscuit and Bella also did a good job with hers. It was a fun time for all!
We had Alice back to our table so Bella had a photo taken with her. She was really pretty and made a very good Alice. Bella was over the moon with this!! LOL
After that the girls were given 2 cute bunnies (white and brown) to keep which I thought was a very nice gesture! They both love their bunnies and they play with them all the time! 🙂
To summarise the day, it was a really nice and a fun morning where we had the opportunity to try a delicious breakfast and browse around the amazing Garden Centre. I ended up buying about 5 different odours of Yankee Candles!! So lovely! If you like Garden Centres like us, I highly recommend that you go and visit your nearest Wyevale Garden Centre.
The Breakfast with the Easter Bunny cost £9.99 per child and either £3.99 for a mini breakfast or £7.99 for a Great British Breakfast. Now that Easter is over you can go and enjoy a great breakfast with the family but without meeting the Easter Bunny, LOL!! I can highly recommend it. The food is really nice and tasty and the people were really friendly.
When we were back home my two little monkeys started modelling for me and I thought that was too cute so I took a photo to share with you!! 😉
Do you like Garden Centres? Have you been to a Wyevale Garden Centre before? What do you think of their restaurant? Am I tempting you to go and try their delicious breakfasts? Leave a message below as I would love to read what you think.
* Disclosure: We were invited to Wyvale Garden Centre for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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tracey bowden says
I actually used to work in a cafe in a garden centre but I never really go to them, my mum does a lot and takes the younger kids with her for events like this now. Your breakfast has just made me really hungry lol it looks delcious!
Mrs email@example.com says
We met. Friends at whyvale Syon park as we were there at 11am thought we would have breakfast it only seemed to be omelette on offer ,it did say on the board ham or cheese but when it came it was tiny! it certainly wasn’t worth the £5 we all felt hungry afterwards and all agreed we will not be coming back again to eat . Today we went to local cafe and had a large omelette chips and beans for &5.25p much better value !
Oh what a shame! So sorry to hear that! We did have a great experience when we went there but this was 2 years ago so perhaps things have changed by now. Your breakfast at a local cafe sounds good! 🙂