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We recently visited The Exeter Hotel at Semaphore while on a mini break at Discovery Parks – Adelaide Beachfront. Another guest at the park had recommended it to me as a great place to take kids for a meal and they were right, it was!

We took advantage of their Kids Eat Free promotion where if you visit between Sunday – Thursday and purchase one adult main meal (lunch or dinner) to receive one kids meal for free and as you can see from the menu below, there’s plenty of options to choose from. Miss 4 ordered some grilled fish and chips to which we added some broccoli from the salad bar and she ate the lot! And because we were on “holiday” she even got a banana split treat, which went down VERY well!

The adults were happy to with our very reasonably priced and large meals and the staff were really really happy and friendly.

The Exeter also has an undercover playground and a games room inside with pinball, pool table and a chocolate machine. Kids will also get an activity sheet, colouring in and some pencils to keep them busy waiting for their meal. This place is worth a try if you’re down that way.

The Exeter is located at 152 Semaphore Rd Exeter, SA, 5019
Visit their website www.exeterhotel.com.au
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