Sky Kids Cafe

Five best things about Sky Kids Cafe

Sky Kids Cafe

Lisa Faulkner created the menu at the Sky Kids Cafe

Special guests

They say you shouldn’t meet your heroes but my little boy’s face as he saw an 8ft Scooby Doo walk into the room was priceless. ‘Spongepant Bob’ also made him giggle but giant Ben and Holly were too much (shouldn’t they be an inch tall, anyway?)


Scooby snacks

The menu, created by celebrity Masterchef winner Lisa Faulkner, is delicious. The Scooby hot dogs and Ben and Holly flowerpots (hummus with cucumber) are especially yummy.



Jumping into Ben & Holly’s oversized Little Kingdom you can make magic wands or Ben Elf hats. Or just  relax next to the Wise Old Elf  and Gaston the ladybird. Woof woof!



SpongeBob’s underwater world, complete with his Pineapple House, is the perfect place to make bubble pictures. And the kinetic sand is brilliant – mostly because it’s designed to stick together so it doesn’t make (much) mess.


It’s free

Book your 90 minute slot between 10am and 6.30pm – and it won’t cost a penny. It’s designed to promote the Sky Kids app –  which is available at no extra cost to Sky TV customers with Family, Variety or Sky Q TV bundles. It allows your kids to watch their favourite TV shows on demand with a compatible tablet.

WHERE: The Vinyl Factory, 18 Marshall St, London W1F 7BE