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Cream House Premium Kids Cafe

Sunnybank Hills

Cream House Premium Kids Cafe in Sunnybank Hills offers a unique top quality dining experience for adults with a fantastic state of the art indoor play area for kids aged 6 years and under.

Cream House Sunnybank Hills

Unlike many indoor play centres, the main focus here is the overall dining experience. As a father of three, owner – and professional chef – Jay Seo knows only too well how hard it can be for parents and carers to enjoy a nice meal in the company of young children. Hence the creation of Cream House.

Cream House Sunnybank Hills

The café boasts an abundance of spacious, family-sized tables, complete with comfy chairs and cosy lounges. The lighting is bright, yet tastefully done, so you feel as though you’re in a nice café even with the presence of play equipment and excited children.

Cream House Sunnybank Hills

The diverse menu boasts a range of Italian (pizza and pasta) and oriental (mostly Korean) dishes, plus your standard café fare of fish and chips, fresh sandwiches, toast and other breakfast favourites.

Cream House Sunnybank Hills

Highlights include the Shanghai rosé pasta laden with fresh seafood, as well as the bacon cream pasta. The blueberry smoothie is a huge hit with all ages, while the coffee comes from award-winning local roasters, Simply Beans. There’s also an extensive selection of sweet treats available to complement your drink selection.

Cream House Sunnybank Hills

Play-wise, the café is extremely well equipped and boasts a couple of ball pits, a trampoline, and a large obstacle course complete with spiral slide and plenty of things to climb up, over and through.

Cream House Sunnnybank Hills

There’s a fenced toddler area, a mini village to inspire the imagination of younger children, plus a track where they can ride around on cute little blue buses.

Another highlight is the imitation sandpit which, instead of being filled with sand, holds thousands of little wooden blocks. Older children (strictly 4-6 years only) can dig for hours and carers needn’t worry about taking half the sandpit home with them.

Cream House Sunnybank Hills

There’s even a large TV screen mounted to the wall where carers can watch their children play without having to leave the comfort of their table.

Cream House Sunnybank Hills

Nice to know – Several options are available for those wanting to hold their next birthday party or private function here.

Need to know - Socks or slippers (available to buy) must be worn at all times. Cream House Premium Kids Café occupies the corner of a small cluster of shops and has plenty of off-street parking.

Entry prices (at time of visiting in April 2019) -  Free for 0-6 months; $10 for 6-12 months; $13.50 for 1-6 years; $3.50 for adults. Much better value than getting a baby sitter!  Sign up to become a VIP member and receive discounted entry (including free adult entry). Discounted entry is also available at certain times/days.

By Dominique Falk

 

Cream House

10/18 Wynne St

Sunnybank Hills

Opening hours

3191 9098

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