Product Description

Curious Pastimes players, feed your hungry children at Mhorish! You can buy a children’s meal ticket. now available online! This is available for youngbloods aged 12 and under. This is what your ravenous chiddlers get:

  • All of their meals over the course of the event, from Thursday dinner (or your preferred starting meal up until Saturday breakfast) to Monday lunchtime, at a cost of £3.50 per meal. This can get them a cooked breakfast or porridge in the morning, or a meal from our short order menu, or one of our delicious specials throughout the day into the evening – portions, like the prices, will be approximately two-thirds of what we give to the adults; 
  • Food at last year’s prices, protected from whatever Brexit might potentially do to food costs, and
  • The same opportunity to buy a half-price Mhorish Dozen drinks ticket when you collect the meal tickets from us at the event.

How it works

If you buy meal tickets now, and come to Mhorish at the beginning of the event, give us your name – you will be on our list. Our lovely front-of-house crew will give you your meal ticket and ask if you would like a Mhorish Dozen drinks ticket for half price – just bring the ticket(s) in to get punched by the Front of House when you want a meal or a drink – and don’t forget your bowls and cups (or the children)!

Online meal tickets will be available until 19th August 2019 – after that, meal tickets will be available at the event from Thursday dinnertime until the end of Saturday breakfast. After that point, meals can be bought individually.

On the age restriction

The age restriction of 12 for the children’s meal ticket might seem a little arbitrary to some. The general feeling is, that once your weans hit around that age, they start eating adult portions. This might not be true for yours; you can have older kids who eat tiny portions and younger ones with the appetite of something unearthly and massive. We neither want to quibble, nor shame, and nor do we want to start asking to see birthing certificates or any other such bureaucracy.

At the end of the day, if your kid is easily sated with a portion approximately two-thirds the size of an adult portion, this ticket is perfect. If, however, those rations mean that you’re going to be putting up with a hangry youngling halfway between meals, shrieking for you to kill anything that moves, then you may find that you’ll want to buy them an adult meal ticket to prevent the death of worlds. It’s your call!