The kid-sized grilled chicken with salad and roasted chips (for only $5.60) is truly a mini gourmet meal, while the house beans with toast ($4.60), and traditional toasted sandwiches are sure to please the wallet as well as your little ones’ stomachs. The adult menu is even more impressive, with everything from kebabs and pork dumplings, to lentil and beetroot salad, and the scrumptious-looking steak sandwich.
Once meal-time is over, kids can grab a tub of crayons, and tear off their own large drawing sheet from the big roll of paper mounted to the wall. There are also toys provided for babies and toddlers, but our little ones were happy to gaze around the room, fascinated by the hanging plants and colourful bird-themed artwork.
The friendly staff brought us high chairs, and we found a pull-out baby change table in the bathroom. There was ample room for our prams indoors, but there is also plenty of space outside for when the weather is fine. Don’t forget to take the kids past the adjascent street art wall for some creative inspiration. Thanks to Nosh @ Newport, the suburb will be seeing a lot more of us in future!Address: 24 Hall Street, Newport Hours