Adventure Parx and Café has opened in Dubai

The eatery in Al Safa comes complete with a play area

Adventure Parx and Café has opened in Dubai

Listen up Jumeirah-based mums... Adventure Parx and Café has opened in Dubai and it's right on your doorstep.

The brand-new kid-friendly destination comprises a café and a huge indoor playground – so should manage to keep all family members happy.

Located in the new Al Ferdous shopping mall in Al Safa, the venue, which is open daily, has a distinct urban feel with concrete walls, plus quirky, fun and colourful art work on display behind the reception.

The cafe features chic wooden tables and chairs, plus plenty of all-important highchairs for the tiny tots.

As well as breakfast options such as croissants and muffins, you can also order hot dishes including pasta, if you're heading there at lunchtime.

The expansive adventure pay ground means that little ones can burn off energy by climbing, jumping and exploring through the expansive adventure play ground, while mums and dads get their caffeine fix.

Parents can pay by the hour for access to the playzone and any food and drinks come at an additional cost.

The new Al Safa shopping complex is now home to loads of top family-friendly hangouts including Pizza Express, and also houses Shams Gymnastics, Park n Shop and Creative Minds.

What are you waiting for? Grab the kids and make mine a latte.
Dhs75 (children), Dhs55 (adults). Sat-Wed, 10am-8pm; Thu & Fri, 10am-10pm (play). Sat-Wed, 7am-8pm; Thu & Fri, 7am-10pm (cafe). Al Ferdous 3, Al Wasl Road, Dubai, www.parx.ae (04 333 5657).

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