Now we’re at it again. This year we’re following up on our 2016 Visitor Attractions league table to find out if some of the UK’s most popular visitor attractions are still taking families for a ride by failing to meet their demand for freshly prepared, healthy and sustainable food. Last time saw The Eden Project and Chester Zoo top the league table with the Natural History Museum and Brighton Pier falling short of parents’ expectations.
But can the leaders keep their tops spots or will they be overtaken by other attractions that have upped their game?
Volunteer recruitment for this year has now closed but keep an eye on our Twitter feed and Facebook page for real time reports from our secret diners. We’ll be publishing the final league table in the autumn.
What do you think of children’s food in restaurants and popular attractions? Let @SoilAssociation know using #OutToLunchUK