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World Comfort Food, alongside NW wine, beer and coffee and supervised play for 2-9 year olds
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on Jan 30 08
(last updated Apr 9 10)
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I have never felt inspired to write a review but after our dining experience I couldn't help but share.
I went to Grandma Leeth's Restaurant with my children (ages 3-9) The play area for the kids was AMAZING! There were activities for all ages. The area is contained so the dining area was not too loud for conversation. The kids played and ate in the play area. The staff read them books while they ate. They also had the option of eating at the table with us. Some things that made Grandma Leeth's stand out from other family restaurants (and we have been to many!):
1. The kids had a great selection of kid friendly food that was also healthy (no corn dogs, no french fries) The kids loved the food AND they could eat as much pasta, fruit and veggies as they wanted. This is a great bargain if your kids are big eaters like mine.
2. The adult menu was varied and delicious! Great vegan and vegetarian meals.
3. The play area was so much more than just a play area...the staff was clearly very experienced with kids and felt more like a summer camp, with art projects and activities or they could have free play. My kids made crowns and cute little fish.
4. There is plenty of space to eat away from kids so I could return even without my children.
5. Although you have to pay for the play area, it is reasonable since you pay full price for the first child and half for each additional. There are also "frequent dining" discounts. If you fan them on Facebook and make a reservation you only have to pay $2.00 for play when you buy a meal. So worth it!
This restaurant is a little hard to find but so worth it. The staff is very friendly when you call for directions. The exterior does not reflect the interior.
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A short walk from Sunset Max stop. If driving, take exit 69B off Hwy 26 and follow Park Way (not Barnes Road!) signs to the shopping center with Rodda Paint, Harbor Freight and Gymboree. Intersection of 26 and 217.
$$ - average
- Eclectic (Fusion)
- Eclectic (Varied)
- (Mostly) Organic
- Large Group-Friendly
- Outdoor Seating