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Kids Eat FREE after 4pm on Week Night @ Morrisons Cafe

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I know this has been posted previously a few months ago. But this is one I must have missed so thought it was worth re-posting for others like me. I noticed this insore today .... 1x kids meal fr…
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I know this has been posted previously a few months ago. But this is one I must have missed so thought it was worth re-posting for others like me. I noticed this insore today ....

1x kids meal free per each adult meal, child/ren must be present at time of order, only 1 free meal per child. (you cant go in buy 2adults meals and get 2 free kids meals if you only have 1 child), served after 4pm monday to friday.

I have eaten in the Cafe a few times and always found the food lovely. Think this is a good deal x
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#1
Works with the 2 meals for £8 deal too so you get 2 adult & 2 child sized meals and 4 drinks for £8. Haven't tried it with the 2 for £6 deal yet.
#2
thanks op, ive not heard of this before either, really good if you need to do a shop with kiddies after school.
#3
I agree Kel4 ... Or as a cheeky lil bribe lol, be good and we'll go to the cafe :)
#4
we did this with the £5 ones so got 2 jacket potatos with salad,4 drinks then two kids meals.
#6
I can confirm this deal is on, had 2 meals for 8 quid with two free drinks and kids meal was also free.
So for £8 we got 2 adult meals + 2 drinks + 1 kid's meal.
2 Likes #7
I work in a Morrisons cafe. Yes, it's good value, but it's worth noting that (in my store at least) you'll be sitting enjoying your cheap meal with the local methadone consumers, and single mothers with their unruly kids. Not saying that every single mother has unruly kids, just that this deal seems to attract them. The first few weeks decent folk were coming in, but it seems they quickly realized that the saving was not worth the company forced upon them, which is a shame, as it makes giving junkies free food even more painful.
1 Like #8

Yes - but its already expired and over 2 months old - so what's the problem? Thanks, OP for taking the trouble to remind us of this deal.
#9
Taking your kids to Morrisons for tea, absolute class. LOL, whatever next?
1 Like #10
Judge Nutmeg
Taking your kids to Morrisons for tea, absolute class. LOL, whatever next?

It's actually not easy to find somewhere which caters for children which isn't pizza, burgers or chips.
So supermarket cafes are a good option for parents with kids who cannot yet behave in 'grown up' restaurants. And if there is deal to be had that is even better.
I see you are up early this morning Judge Nutmeg, making the kids breakfast are you?
#11
buju247
Judge Nutmeg
Taking your kids to Morrisons for tea, absolute class. LOL, whatever next?

It's actually not easy to find somewhere which caters for children which isn't pizza, burgers or chips.
So supermarket cafes are a good option for parents with kids who cannot yet behave in 'grown up' restaurants. And if there is deal to be had that is even better.
I see you are up early this morning Judge Nutmeg, making the kids breakfast are you?


I was just wondering what was wrong with buying the ingredients to make them a nice healthy meal while you were in the supermarket instead of feeding them chicken nuggets, chips and beans in the cafe.
3 Likes #12
As noted previously, a good option to use now and again if out shopping and in a bit of a rush. Dont think anyone is suggesting making it a daily occurence ;)
#13
Nice one op , cheap meal out, like poster above said , ideal if shopping with kids.
#14
teddy1590
I work in a Morrisons cafe. Yes, it's good value, but it's worth noting that (in my store at least) you'll be sitting enjoying your cheap meal with the local methadone consumers, and single mothers with their unruly kids. Not saying that every single mother has unruly kids, just that this deal seems to attract them. The first few weeks decent folk were coming in, but it seems they quickly realized that the saving was not worth the company forced upon them, which is a shame, as it makes giving junkies free food even more painful.

Its a deal to attract whomever wishes to accept it. It shouldn't matter to you that this deal is priced within the brackets of single parents or junkies so long as you have something to do whilst on your shift, serving or cleaning, not sure what your role is.

If you can feed the family, not have to prepare, wash up or clean away once in a while for a price you can afford then people will go & that's why the offer is there.
The fact that they may well not spend a penny instore is not a condition of the offer neither is there a dress, class or social acceptance code for eating instore....heaven forbid.
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hogshead
teddy1590
I work in a Morrisons cafe. Yes, it's good value, but it's worth noting that (in my store at least) you'll be sitting enjoying your cheap meal with the local methadone consumers, and single mothers with their unruly kids. Not saying that every single mother has unruly kids, just that this deal seems to attract them. The first few weeks decent folk were coming in, but it seems they quickly realized that the saving was not worth the company forced upon them, which is a shame, as it makes giving junkies free food even more painful.


Its a deal to attract whomever wishes to accept it. It shouldn't matter to you that this deal is priced within the brackets of single parents or junkies so long as you have something to do whilst on your shift, serving or cleaning, not sure what your role is.

If you can feed the family, not have to prepare, wash up or clean away once in a while for a price you can afford then people will go & that's why the offer is there.
The fact that they may well not spend a penny instore is not a condition of the offer neither is there a dress, class or social acceptance code for eating instore....heaven forbid.


So it's acceptable to be surrounded by smack heads and gypsies when you're eating your fish fingers and chips is it? The poster was just saying because of the low price (and inevitably low quality) it attracts some unsavory low/no income types who would not think twice about snatching your handbag whilst you chow down on the fine fayre administered in a Morrisons cafe. That's not to mention the screaming unruly disobedient offspring of council estate mums you may have to put up with in the process. Obviously some Morrisons are in nice areas and won't be fraught with with such undesirables, it's the luck of the draw I suppose.
#16
Judge Nutmeg
hogshead
teddy1590
I work in a Morrisons cafe. Yes, it's good value, but it's worth noting that (in my store at least) you'll be sitting enjoying your cheap meal with the local methadone consumers, and single mothers with their unruly kids. Not saying that every single mother has unruly kids, just that this deal seems to attract them. The first few weeks decent folk were coming in, but it seems they quickly realized that the saving was not worth the company forced upon them, which is a shame, as it makes giving junkies free food even more painful.


Its a deal to attract whomever wishes to accept it. It shouldn't matter to you that this deal is priced within the brackets of single parents or junkies so long as you have something to do whilst on your shift, serving or cleaning, not sure what your role is.

If you can feed the family, not have to prepare, wash up or clean away once in a while for a price you can afford then people will go & that's why the offer is there.
The fact that they may well not spend a penny instore is not a condition of the offer neither is there a dress, class or social acceptance code for eating instore....heaven forbid.


So it's acceptable to be surrounded by smack heads and gypsies when you're eating your fish fingers and chips is it? The poster was just saying because of the low price (and inevitably low quality) it attracts some unsavory low/no income types who would not think twice about snatching your handbag whilst you chow down on the fine fayre administered in a Morrisons cafe. That's not to mention the screaming unruly disobedient offspring of council estate mums you may have to put up with in the process. Obviously some Morrisons are in nice areas and won't be fraught with with such undesirables, it's the luck of the draw I suppose.



Tin helmets at the ready!
#17
paws17


Yes - but its already expired and over 2 months old - so what's the problem? Thanks, OP for taking the trouble to remind us of this deal.


I think that you are the one who has the problem, I was just pointing out that there was a old thread if people want to look through it. I did not even say anything .
#18
You can end up next to the family from hell wherever you go nowadays so don't let one negative comment stop you from going there. If you listened to every tom, dick and harry who's had a bad experience you'd never set foot outside your door again.

This is a good deal. I go in there once a week with my son for this deal, have fish & chips which is better than most chippies, my son has the chicken nuggets and chips which come with a drink, sliced apple & grapes and a bar of chocolate, and I also get a free drink which can be a medium soft drink or any of the hot drinks....and all for £4.39.
#19
Check the terms and conditions. It may be dependant on the store and how curteous the staff are.

My mother had serious problems taking her three grandchildren to the Dumfries store where the attendants couldn`t have been any ruder. They tried to impliment conditions as they went along and even argued the age of the kids despite being unable to show their argument on any promotion board and being proven wrong online and through the Duty Manager. They have lost customers now.
#20
Judge Nutmeg
buju247
Judge Nutmeg
Taking your kids to Morrisons for tea, absolute class. LOL, whatever next?

It's actually not easy to find somewhere which caters for children which isn't pizza, burgers or chips.
So supermarket cafes are a good option for parents with kids who cannot yet behave in 'grown up' restaurants. And if there is deal to be had that is even better.
I see you are up early this morning Judge Nutmeg, making the kids breakfast are you?


I was just wondering what was wrong with buying the ingredients to make them a nice healthy meal while you were in the supermarket instead of feeding them chicken nuggets, chips and beans in the cafe.


So please tell me how many nights you cook for your kids every week?
#21
so its ok for the kids to mis-behave in supermarket cafe.
buju247
Judge Nutmeg
buju247
Judge Nutmeg
Taking your kids to Morrisons for tea, absolute class. LOL, whatever next?
It's actually not easy to find somewhere which caters for children which isn't pizza, burgers or chips.So supermarket cafes are a good option for parents with kids who cannot yet behave in 'grown up' restaurants. And if there is deal to be had that is even better. I see you are up early this morning Judge Nutmeg, making the kids breakfast are you?
I was just wondering what was wrong with buying the ingredients to make them a nice healthy meal while you were in the supermarket instead of feeding them chicken nuggets, chips and beans in the cafe.
So please tell me how many nights you cook for your kids every week?
#22
good deal if u don't eat at Morrisons in Lincoln.....wasted £9 on 2 meals there last Sunday that were the size of a toddlers meal and discusting!!! apart from that i have found other Morrison's cafe's not too bad, altho on the small size.....
#23
Really good deal. My local Morrisons has not long had their cafe completely refurbished. I don't think this deal is meant to replace family mealtimes every evening for all those up in arms about it but for people like me who have children and not a lot of disposable income but can't face the washing up after a long day on the odd occasion, this is a fantastic price and means we get out of the house and the children get to choose what they want without me having to prepare several different meals and clear all of it up afterwards. You get undesirable people wherever you go, doesn't mean you have to take any notice of them!!
1 Like #24
why do people argue on here? for christ sake, if i had children and took them with me for my weekly shop after school I would go to the cafe. This persons children arent obviously snobby like yours and would most probably find it a bit of a treat to have 'chicken nuggets chips and beans' (im sure they offer other things),. It was a treat for me when I was that age anyway. I would always cook healthy meals but its once a week/month when the parents are shopping.

I think its a great deal, Thanks for posting. (just ignor the snobs!)
#25
I've been in Morrisons Cafe plenty of times, food always been good and freshly cooked. That was at lunchtime though
#26
philmitchell
paws17
Yes - but its already expired and over 2 months old - so what's the problem? Thanks, OP for taking the trouble to remind us of this deal.
I think that you are the one who has the problem, I was just pointing out that there was a old thread if people want to look through it. I did not even say anything .
Apologies if I misinterpreted your contribution - I do get disheartened at the number of negative posts on here by members of the unofficial forum police moaning about repeat posts, or demanding visual proof of purchases and generally not appreciating the community's efforts to share good news items with each other.
#27
lol didn't think a post about kids free meals would lead to a class war.
I've eaten there once, full of OAP's rather than crackheads and chavs.
Food's alright, portions were adequate and at least its a hot meal for parents and kids who might be on a lower income or can't cook.
I'd be happy to see kids eating there considering the hundreds of kids whose parents neglect them and don't get any food.
#28
Sounds good. Heat added
1 Like #29
bostonbadgirl
good deal if u don't eat at Morrisons in Lincoln.....wasted £9 on 2 meals there last Sunday that were the size of a toddlers meal and discusting!!! apart from that i have found other Morrison's cafe's not too bad, altho on the small size.....

I went to Morrisons Norwich with my mum today. We had Minted Lamb Casserole. It was awful!!! the chunks of lamb (there weren't that many) were gristly and fatty, the mashed potato was grey and not very nice, the peas were OK. I paid extra for a yorkshire pudding which SMASHED to pieces when I tried to cut it. My mum found, what looked like, a bone - or possibly a piece of thin plastic in her stew. She complained and got her money back (the woman explained that the meals are bought in and heated so couldn't take any blame). We both felt sick afterwards and I can say, I will not be eating at Morrisons again. You get what you pay for. It's cheap crap.
#30
gidabrigi
so its ok for the kids to mis-behave in supermarket cafe.
buju247
Judge Nutmeg
buju247
Judge Nutmeg
Taking your kids to Morrisons for tea, absolute class. LOL, whatever next?
It's actually not easy to find somewhere which caters for children which isn't pizza, burgers or chips.So supermarket cafes are a good option for parents with kids who cannot yet behave in 'grown up' restaurants. And if there is deal to be had that is even better. I see you are up early this morning Judge Nutmeg, making the kids breakfast are you?
I was just wondering what was wrong with buying the ingredients to make them a nice healthy meal while you were in the supermarket instead of feeding them chicken nuggets, chips and beans in the cafe.
So please tell me how many nights you cook for your kids every week?

Any parent will tell you it's better they misbehave in a Morrisons cafe than a Carluccio's (or something similar).
#31
Cracking deal. Don't know any other place who'd give you 2 adult meals and 2 kids meals including fruit and a freddo frog plus crayons for £8.

The food was fine. Freshly prepared and offered a certain amount of choice.

We popped in a few times whilst the house was being turned upside down by builders.
1 Like #32
Trudgeley
bostonbadgirl
good deal if u don't eat at Morrisons in Lincoln.....wasted £9 on 2 meals there last Sunday that were the size of a toddlers meal and discusting!!! apart from that i have found other Morrison's cafe's not too bad, altho on the small size.....


I went to Morrisons Norwich with my mum today. We had Minted Lamb Casserole. It was awful!!! the chunks of lamb (there weren't that many) were gristly and fatty, the mashed potato was grey and not very nice, the peas were OK. I paid extra for a yorkshire pudding which SMASHED to pieces when I tried to cut it. My mum found, what looked like, a bone - or possibly a piece of thin plastic in her stew. She complained and got her money back (the woman explained that the meals are bought in and heated so couldn't take any blame). We both felt sick afterwards and I can say, I will not be eating at Morrisons again. You get what you pay for. It's cheap crap.


Exactly.
#33
I am not happy about the face Morrison's have a new menu and kids only eat free if the adults buy a hot meal that cost £4 or more and there isn't much variaty on there for this which is a con and I don't like none of them so therefore had to pay for all of us, I for one will not be going back to eat there again
#34
We had 4 lovely meals 2 of fish chip and mussy peas a pot of tea each two childrens meals chicken nuggets chips and beens 2 carton drinks and a fresh fruit bag with two free childrens meals exellent vaule and taste well done morrisons no junkies or gypies in sight clean restraunt.

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