Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Our Visit to Pizza Hut Liverpool

We love nothing more than to take the kids out for the day at weekend, maybe a show, museum, park - and then on for something to eat. We love spending time with our girls and switching off from the daily grind - I suppose that is what you work for at the end of the day. These past few weeks, and the next few weeks to come are not being kind to me - end of uni is approaching and my stress levels are through the roof!

Which is why we were really chuffed to be invited by Pizza Hut in Liverpool to try their refurbished restaurant in Paradise Street, Liverpool One. We do love pizza now and again as a treat, and I knew that the girls would be over the moon to go and visit. We have been to Pizza Hut before but not this particular one - and we were excited to see what it would be like having been newly refurbished. We visit Liverpool town centre at least twice a month so we love having a walk round. Liverpool One is great for shopping and general mooching around with the kids, so it's in a great location.

Rosie had her usual afternoon nap, so by the time we got there she was hungry and happy - so it was perfect really. The staff were great showing us in and handing the kids a booklet to colour-in, some crayons and Sponge Bob masks - the kids were pleased as punch. Rosie sat in a high-chair and Alice was happy sat at the back with Emily. As it was a treat day me and Warren had a bottle of Peroni each - served in frosted glasses - definitely a treat for us!

This is me not thinking about writing an essay. Maybe.

We ordered a sharing starter, which was yummy - even Rosie got stuck in - then again, on this particular day, there wasn't much that Rosie didn't get stuck in to!

Rosie got stuck into everything 

The kids menu was great. There is a variety of meals to choose from and it is a good price - all with refillable drinks and optional unlimited ice cream for an extra £1.50, which of course with it being a treat day we took them up on! Rosie and Alice had macaroni and Emily ordered a cheese and ham pizza with fries on the side.

The main menu also offered a wide variety of dishes. I chose a "low calorie" pizza - I don;t have a huge appetite and this looked perfect for me, thin and crispy with prawns - it was gorgeous. Warren chose the New Orleans Cajun Sizzler - he assures me it was lovely.

We also had a few tortilla chips and dips from the salad bar - which is unlimited.

We had a lovely meal. The kids behaved really well. You know what I like about Pizza Hut - our kids can be a bit noisy and a bit rowdy (as most kids can be) but while we were there we felt really relaxed. It wasn't so much of an issue that Rosie really is too young to have table manners, and Alice and Emily were laughing and giggling really loud - it was no issue. The staff were a credit to Pizza Hit - nothing was too much trouble.

You can tell by the photos how much the kids enjoyed it.

A 5-person selfie would have been too awkward - what do you mean, 'selfie-stick??'

We would definitely recommend Pizza Hut. The food was lovely, fairly priced and out really quickly. This was great - hanging around waiting for food is not something you want to do when you have two toddlers, I'm sure you'll agree.

Thanks Pizza Hut for inviting us - you made our weekend.

To check out their menu or find the closest Pizza Hut to you visit their website

You can also follow them on Twitter @pizzahutukuk

We were sent a voucher that covered the cost of our visit to Pizza Hut. All words and views are our own - we had a fantastic day.


  1. You really can't beat Pizza Hut! We only ever go when it's buffet, love it! x

  2. You look beaut. If that was me, I'd have tomato sauce all over my face and strings of cheese hanging down from the corners of my chops.
    Lush little family x

  3. Can't beat a pizza hut meal..... i'd eat there a lot more often if my husband let me! I love a bit of ice cream factory action! xx


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