STICKY Paws in the Flavour Forest is promising a unique experience when it opens its doors at Barons Quay on Monday.

The eat-and-play concept will officially open to the public on Monday, March 2, with hours of 9am to 7pm and food served from 9.30am until 6pm.

Designed by the creators of popular tourist destination The Ice Cream Farm, ‘Sticky Paws’ is offering families fuss-free dining through a pick’n’mix menu and the ability to order food without leaving your table.

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Digi Menus will be stationed at every table, meaning food – from safe options to adventurous creations – can be ordered as and when you want, leaving more flexibility for children to play in the ‘Flavour Forest’.

The indoor adventure play area will see them climb, bounce and slide around what is being billed as a play area unlike anything else.

Jonathan Fell, director of The Ice Cream Farm, worked with Cheshire West and Chester Council last year to bring the concept to Barons Quay.

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He said: “We wanted to create a new kind of family dining experience that’s unlike anything that’s been seen before in the indoor leisure sector.

“We have designed everything to be as stress-free as possible to create a relaxed, safe and enjoyable environment for all the family.”

“As the retail sector continues to face significant challenges, posing numerous issues for town centres and the councils, experiential attractions are bringing life back to the high street.

“Leisure, atmosphere and immersive experiences are continuing to take a considerable percentage of consumer spending and provide a fantastic solution to revitalise the high street nationwide.”

Menu choices range from crispy chicken strips to Thai noodle salad, offering parents the chance to introduce little ones to new foods and flavours.

Manageable bowl portions are priced between £2 and £5, with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options also available.