Saturday, January 22, 2011

Little Prince Kids Cafe

Today we were invited to spend the afternoon with a fellow expat family (from England) at a local kid's cafe called 'Little Prince'.

I've never been to anything of the sort before and was rather impressed. There's a 6000won (about $5.50) entrance fee, but they didn't charge us because Logan is so young and unable to make use of much yet. They have a wide selection of toys, a trampoline room, ball pit, slide, jungle gym, carousel, and train. They also have a small library and a costume closet (there were quite a few princesses and supermans running around today).

They served pretty decent food, though it was a little pricey. We had pork cutlet and teriyaki chicken pilaf. Matthew (UK dad) told us that lately he's been going there with his daughter almost every day and is a huge fan of the coffee they serve. He had THREE triple shot coffees while we were there!

It was Logan's first time to socialize with other kids and definitely something I think we're going to start doing a lot more of.  One little girl, in particular, took a shine to him.

Clark took Logan for a train ride. It was hard to get a good picture because the train was moving surprisingly fast!

And here they are testing out the slide.

Then Bubby chilled out in this rocking chair and it wasn't long before he fell asleep. I guess all the excitement wore him out.


  1. We love kid's cafes. Little Prince just recently opened in our area. Their menu is all organic and MSG free, but pricey. You can just order coffees instead of food to make the trip cheaper next time.
    Once your wee man gets a bit bigger you'll really love being able to sit, have a coffee and chat while he runs wild! Better yet if you become a "regular" the staff will start to play with your child more often, allowing you a much needed break! ^^

  2. Ah-ha! Now I understand why their menu says "green" :)
    Yes, we had a really good time there and are looking forward to many return visits!