Mr Moo’s Ice Cream Review – Game Of Cones

After seeing a post on Twitter about the ‘top 10 Yorkshire Ice Cream Parlours’ we knew we need to set this as a family challenge.

The first Of the top 10 Yorkshire Ice Cream parlours –  Mr Moo’s is located Between Skipsea and Hornsea. On the East Coast of Yorkshire. We also took the opportunity to head out, tick off a couple of Geocaches and get some vitamin Sea!

Cafe Area

Arriving around Lunch time on a fairly wet May Bank holiday didn’t show Mr Moo’s in its best light. The Cafe was very busy and some of the tables were in need of  emptying and cleaning.

Despite this the cafe which looks like a modern barn extension was bright and modern with a sofa area where we chose to sit.

There are kids books to entertain them while you head to chose your ice cream.

Ice Cream 

Ice cream Sundae

Heading to the counter there is a large glass fridge where you can see a range of sundaes from a mini Moo Mug which the biggest twins opted for to a giant Mega Moo which looks big enough to share.

Ice Cream Cones

Then you head around the corner to the freezer full of flavours.

Not all the flavours stated on the website are available each day but the amount of different ones on offer didn’t disappoint.

Then its time to chose one of the 6 cones, and a topping.

Other Food

There looked to be a range of meals available too from hot breakfasts to a quick snack. So a great place for a bite to eat when visiting the seaside.

Toilet Stop 

The toilets were average but clean and stocked with the essentials.

Baby Change

The baby change was located within the disabled toilet now it was a  struggle to get to with the twin pushchair. There was a table located by the door which meant the door didn’t open fully If i had took the pushchair I’m sure customers would have moved but it felt a bit inconvenient.

Once in the disabled toilet the room was spacious enough to get two sets of twins in.

Other Facilities  

Outdoor Seating

Outside there is lots more seating that was planted around the edges and great place on a warmer day.

Meet The Cows

There was a walk way around the car park to meet the stars of the ice cream parlour however by the time we had eaten our ice creams they had located somewhere else so we didn’t get to thank them. But a nice little touch for the little ones if you can catch them.

Overall Thoughts

The Real reason for this little fun challenge is the Ice cram – The ice cream we had were delicious the whole family agreed too.

Cost

We had two teddy Ice creams for the littlest twins, Two chocolate cones  One for me one for chris , Two Mini Moo Mugs and a Banoffee Sundae for Nanny Sue The total cost was £26.70 – I didn’t think this was a for a family of 7.

Head over to Mr Moos if you are around the east coast.

Nina x

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