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Kids eat free at Radio Café - on weekdays

With the school holidays coming up - this looks like a winner.

Looking for somewhere to take the kids that won't break the bank? If full-on entertainment, loads of fun, great giveaways and free food for the kids, sounds like just the ticket, head for the award-winning Radio Cafes on Finchley Road, NW3 or West Quay Retail Park Southampton.

The Radio Cafe 'Cool for Kid's' menu is all children under 12.

Normally £3.99, your precious ones can tuck Into main course, ice cream and soft drink all for free. Catering for your little darlings' discerning palate, there's a choice of six mains including funky fish fingers and fries, party on pizza, chunky chicken fingers and fries or the clubwich - a mini club sandwich filled witli bacon, lettuce tomato and mayo and served with fries. Also included is a soft drink and ice cream with hot fudge or stmwberry sauce.

Keeping the kids amused are the Radio Cafe DJ's broadcasting a mix of all the latest chart hits and music videos. Md, adding to the atmosphere, there are daily competitions and give- aways to win a whole array of prizes. So for an eating out experience that's pure entertainment and the chance to feed the sprogs for free, head for the Radio Cafe.

The Radio Cafe kids eat free offer is available Monday-Friday only between 12 noon and 6pm, but the special kids' menu is offered for only £3.99 at other times

(Conditions: One child eats free per adult) at:

Radio Cafe, 02 Centre, Finchley Road, NW3
Tel: 020 7435 9695

Radio Cafe, 17 Harbour Parade, West Quay Retail Park, Southampton
Tel: 023 80211 217

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