Kapi-Mana News - - PARENTING -

High­chairs: Yes Chang­ing fa­cil­i­ties: Yes, in the dis­abil­ity toi­let Kids’ menu: Yes We were im­pressed when we popped in for a cof­fee and a bowl of fries at Duck Creek one Sun­day re­cently. The staff were very friendly and help­ful. We were of­fered a high­chair straight away and they brought out a chil­dren’s menu with ac­tiv­ity sheet and pens for Bai­ley, which kept him en­ter­tained. Our or­der came out quickly, and Bai­ley’s drink came in a plas­tic cup so I didn’t spend my meal wor­ry­ing he was go­ing to break a glass.

Duck Creek’s back deck looks out to the Pau­ata­hanui In­let and sur­round­ing hills. There is a large grassy area which Bai­ley en­joyed run­ning around on and ex­plor­ing. I am­told they also have some toys for the kids to en­joy out­side.

The menu looked de­li­cious so we will def­i­nitely be ven­tur­ing back for a proper lunch or din­ner. It would be a great spot to meet up with an­other fam­ily for lunch one sunny week­end, when the kids can take full ad­van­tage of the out­door space.

Great out­doors: Duck Creek Cafe is very child-friendly, with heaps of out­side space for the lit­tle ones to run around on a fine day.

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