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Food Mama - Moscow Family Restaurant

PLAY AREA - SONY PLAYSTATION - ANIMATORS - NANNIES

This new family restaurant with a play area for kids at Aviapark is an ideal place to go if you want to enjoy a good meal without the stress of having bored children.
Food Mama
The light and spacious restaurant has a space for a moderately sized play area and a Sony Playstation area. Depending on your children's age you can choose a table close to the playground or a little bit further away which is definitely more quiet. There is a nanny on duty during weekdays and animators will entertain your little ones during weekends.
 

We asked our friend Deborah to test this place with her two gorgeous daughters aged 3 and 5. Luckily for us Deborah managed to visit Food Mama twice in a period of one week. Both times the children’s food was prepared very quickly, the staff was friendly and animators were attentive to the children. Deborah liked the clean washroom in the restaurant which has a baby changing table and space for mothers to nurse privately.

Enjoy!

Location: 4th floor Aviapark Shopping Mall, Hodinskiy Bulvar 2
Metro: CSKA
 
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