Treating the kids this half-term or hoping to keep them busy? Corn Exchange has got it covered with exclusive, February half term offers that appeal to the whole family. It’s the perfect place to cater for the whole family, no matter what their tastes. We’ve chosen some of the best.
But don’t take our word for it. Why not check out what’s on offer at Corn Exchange, Manchester’s premier dining destination, for yourself?
This fantastic restaurant is giving away free meals for kids this half-term. Expect street food dishes from across East Asia – and kids get their own kid friendly chopsticks to practice with. The menu is labelled Mini Explorer for up to 5 year olds, Junior Explorer for 3 to 8 year olds and Adventurous Explorer for 7 year olds and over.MORE
Sit back and get cosy while the kids are well and truly catered for. The menu consists of everyone’s favourite dishes but in kid size portions. Macaroni cheese, pesto pasta, a full English breakfast and even buttermilk pancakes for Shrove Tuesday on 13th February, which means no mess at home. Cosy Club also offers activities like origami and word searches on the menu too.MORE
Head to Cabana for the ultimate half-term offer. Kids eat free all day, every day. Yes, you read that correctly. Completely free. Take the little ones for three delicious courses and a drink, including cheesy dough balls, cucumber and sweet potato hummus, followed by a mozzarella torrado (that’s a cheesy toastie, Brazilian style) or a mild coconut curry with chicken breast mini skewers. Round off the meal with a fruity mango sorbet or vanilla or chocolate ice cream. The kids menu also includes a range of dishes which are lower in salt, fat and with naturally occurring sugars to keep them fit and healthy.MORE
Taking the kids here in February is the ideal opportunity to let them experiment with new oriental flavours. The menu consists of all sorts of interesting dishes such as pork & lemongrass meatballs, Vietnamese curry chicken ca-ri and baby buns, a dish that has been created especially for toddlers under the age of two.MORE
This little gem provides delicious quality Italian cuisine and now kids can get stuck in themselves and make their own pizzas. Kids can choose from a variety of toppings and can get creative by personalising their own base.MORE
Treat the children to the brand new kids menu at Mowgli. With the option to pick and choose a range of small, Indian street food dishes including temple dahl, Mowgli is the perfect option for kids who like to try a variety of flavours. For those looking to enjoy half- term on a budget, kid’s dishes include gunpowder chicken and fries and house chicken curry & rice for just £5.95.MORE
Corn Exchange offers a variety of restaurants originating from all over the world, and what’s great this half-term is that the kids can join in too. Kids can make their own tacos or toasted quesadilla sandwiches at Wahaca, a unique experience for the children where you may have the chance to enjoy some peace and quiet – probably short-lived.MORE
Gino D’Campo: My Restaurant
If you’ve dashed out the house and forgotten to bring the baby changing essentials with you, have no fear. Gino D’Campo: My Restaurant has got it covered. With free baby wipes, cotton buds, baby oil and nappies in two different sizes, this might be the most efficient baby changing facility in Manchester. Italians are famed for making a fuss over children and by bringing a piece of Italy to Corn Exchange, Gino’s aim is to make the family’s experience as comfortable as possible. Fantastico.MORE