An ideal activity for little ones, who’ll find no shortage of unusual sights to spot out the window.
There was actually no pasta involved whatsoever; not a morsel of macaroni, a strand of spaghetti or a crumb of cannelloni.
I made the fairly confident assumption that we wouldn’t be making sexually explicit pottery with our children.
Adam, AKA Bab Dad, has lived in Hampstead for two and a half years. He’s a doctor and dad to Bab, 2, and Margot the cat, 3.
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It’s easy to fret that your tiny terrors are disturbing the peace as they dash from room to room, their shrieks bouncing off the walls.
It’s really hard to concentrate when you have a toddler hanging from your sleeve demanding a gingerbread man.
This place is gimmicky as hell, but the nostalgia is real, and so, so comforting.
Unlike other parent-focused cafes, 36 falls more into the category of ‘coffee shop with a play area’ than ‘play cafe’.
It annoys me when these things advertise themselves as suitable for all ages when they actually mean suitable for over-twos.