It is always a delight taking the kids to restaurants where kids are the majority. I have written about our ability to restaurant clear in the past so a place that is aimed at kids is preferable. There wasn’t a table without a little nipper at The Natural History Museum’s newly opened T Rex Grill.
This family-friendly eatery is the perfect place to take your little grillers for a burger, mini pizza or ice cream sundae with a triceratops twist.
T Rex Grill is nestled near the Dinosaurs in the Green Zone.
The entrance has a few ‘live’ dinosaurs which kept the kids amused if there is a little bit of a queue.
At 1230 when we went there wasn’t much of one, but by the time we left a short one had built up.If you are really organised, you can book a table.
Drop them an email here to book (open 11-4pm)
The kids menu has a sweet prehistoric take on the words, although the choice is mainstream. This works for us though!
The adults menu is all freshly prepared in the vicinity. I (greedily) went for spare ribs that I had to wrestle off the kids and Alex (obviously) went for T bone steak.
The particular highlight was the pudding – to share. It included mini eggs and handmade dinosaur shaped chocolates!
If you are planning a day out at The Natural History museum, which if you haven’t done for a while – you should get down there. Yes it is majorly busy at the weekends but totally worth it.
As your kid gets older it becomes even better – you aren’t just going to see the ‘real’ T Rex!
If you like trying new places and need refuelling whilst you are at the museum, T Rex Grill is the restaurant to go to!