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Elma
Jun-02-2011 @ 1:24 PM                           Permalink
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Hi i am looking for a place to take my famialy out while on holiday in yarmouth . The main consideration is its family friendly With good food,and friendly staff
We did book at the waterside but on reading some reviews and speaking to a member of staff at the waterside we changed our minds .

Cheers Alan

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I’m really surprised, could you elaborate? The Car Club of which I’m a member organised a meal there a couple of weeks ago, to give them a fighting chance we’d given our menu choices in advance - there were nearly fifty of us - but the Waterside put on a couple of trips round the Broad for the land-lubbers, and  the meal was FABULOUS (the Club Secretary got the cooks and staff out of the kitchen to toast them, we were so appreciative).

Peter

Edited to add: you don’t say the ages of the youngest members of your family or if you’re travelling by car, but if they’re very young The Castle in Caister does a good carvery and has (had? didn’t really notice last time I was there - check) a kids’ room and outdoor slides etc., or if a little older having a meal and a flutter on the dogs in the restaurant at GY Stadium can be a fun night for them.

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