Birmingham news Primark opens new cafe at Merry Hill - and it's Disney-themed PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - You enter through a Mickey Mouse ears archway and tuck into Mickey pancakes and waffles
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A new Disney Café has opened at Primark in Merry Hill Shopping Centre. Located on the Upper Mall, near to M&S, the new novelty eatery is set to be a huge hit with families. The stripy signage shows a cheeky picture of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Pluto peeping through. Huge outlines of Mickey ears are painted onto the windows. You walk through a Mickey ears archway into the café, which is cosy. The stripy theme continues along the walls and silhouettes of the Disney characters painted on. And there's plenty of Mickey memorabilia to buy too, including cuddly toys, jumpers, gift sets and cushions. Read more: I went to Primark for my Christmas shopping and couldn't believe what shop I was in There aren't any booths for families, unlike the world's biggest Primark store in Birmingham. Read our review of the Disney Cafe at Primark Birmingham here. People are talking about the new launch on social media. One mum said: "Got to pop in here when we do our Christmas shopping." and another added: "We’ll have to try it next time we’re up there.
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The Disney Café at Birmingham Primark (Image: Birmingham Mail) The Birmingham menu features novelty dishes like Funky Fish and pea wraps with brown rice and roast veg shaped like Mickey Mouse's head with ears and Mickey's Slipper, which is a nine-inch mini pizza of tomato and cheese on a thin base. There's also harissa chickpea, bulgar wheat and wild rice salad. You can choose a 50-50 selection in one box if you can't make up your mind. There's also chicken bites, pizzas and pasta dishes. Sides include house salad, hand-cut potato wedges and herby sweet potato. mash. You can also tuck into healthy smoothies - choose from carrot and pear; apple and kiwi; orange and passion fruit; banana and mango; strawberry and pineapple. They cost around £2 each if you don't have them as part of the meal deal. The desserts are what people love - Mickey waffles and pancakes with fresh fruit for around £2.50, or berry fruit skewers for a couple of pounds. You can also indulge in chocolate and beetroot layer cake. To keep updated on family news and latest podcast episodes, sign up to our Brummie Mummies newsletter, follow us on Instagram and and Facebook and listen to our podcasts READ NEXT: Asda, Tesco, Lidl, Sainsbury's and more - which supermarket rewards points scheme is best Popular Merry Hill shop is reopening - only bigger and better than before Primark launches Click and Collect at 25 stores - full list Every single episode you can listen to right now on the podcast Birmingham German Christmas Market food and drink prices essential guide
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