Beanies Cafe
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Beanies Cafe

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.beaniescafe.co.uk/
  • Phone: 02086802088
  • Payment Options: MasterCard,Visa
  • Cuisine: British
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Wheelchair Access

Getting there

  • Parking: No
A word from Beanies Cafe
At Croydon’s Beanies Café, the customers are a little shorter than the average UK restaurant goer. Located a short stroll from the East Croydon train station in the centre of town, Beanies Café is a venue designed especially for children, providing somewhere for small people to have fun, be spoilt and eat well. This large, bright and colourful space has endless opportunities for playing, creating, learning and even pampering, with children’s hairdressing, massages and alternative therapies available. And when they’re all played out and need to recharge those batteries Beanies Café’s customers and their older guests can enjoy delicious home-cooked food made using locally sourced seasonal ingredients on a regularly changing menu featuring everything from simple cereal breakfasts to freshly toasted paninis, pasta dishes and, of course, a few little treats in the shape of cakes, pastries and, for exhausted mummies, coffees.
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Beanies Cafe reviews from OpenTable diners
  • Kiddie friendly food
    ComeDineWithMeVIP
    Dined on 18/10/2012
    If you have little ones they can play while you eat at Beanies. The range of cakes is very tempting and they do an afternoon tea with creche so you can enjoy yourself without worrying about your children. The range of teapigs teas is really delicious too.
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    child friendly, brunch, afternoon tea
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  • Kiddie friendly fun
    ComeDineWithMeVIP
    Dined on 30/9/2012
    If you have young children who are full of beans then Beanies in Croydon is a perfect venue to keep them occupied. That it also houses a cafe is a bonus so you don't have to unsettle your little ones in order to eat. The cafe is on the ground floor, the play floor on the second and the classes take place on the top floor. You can order food on the second floor while your children play and there are plenty of highchairs and baby changing. The girls who run Beanies have thought of everything for busy and/or worn out parents !
    Special Features:
    child friendly, brunch, afternoon tea
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  • Good for kids
    ComeDineWithMeVIP
    Dined on 1/6/2012
    We went during the first birthday celebrations so it was very busy with a lot of children playing and running around. There was also a birthday party being planned so it was very chaotic. They did bring round some mini cupcakes for everyone which was a nice touch. The food is practical and the cakes delicious so it's definitely worth popping in for a cuppa and a snack and letting the little ones play. If you don't do kids avoid altogether !
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    child friendly
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  • Good for kids, ok for adults
    ComeDineWithMeVIP
    Dined on 27/4/2012
    I've eaten here once or twice and it's ok if you are taking a young child to play, but it's not a dining destination by any stretch. The food is ok, but pretty basic - they have a new menu so when I've tried it I'll review again. Overall Beanies is functional, but not fancy.
    Special Features:
    child friendly
    • Food
    • Ambience
    • Service
    • Value