We have been enjoying a meal and the kids playing at Hotel Seven Hills for almost a year now. The play area was opened in October 2015 and still looks pretty new. The good quality and well priced food from Vicky’s Bistro ranges from your usual club fare of steak, pasta and burgers to some fancier chef specials.
Vicky’s Bistro is open Monday to Saturday 11.30am to 3.00pm for lunch and 5.30pm to 9.00pm for dinner. On Sundays it is open 11.30am to 8pm.
Remember, kids eat free on Monday and Tuesday night. There is also free face painting for the kids every Tuesday from 6:30pm to 8pm.
The sign to the play area says it is for kids 3-12yrs but I would say it is best suited to kids 3-8yrs., though little ones can still enjoy it with a bit of help. In the beginning I would have to go into the play area with my then 18mos but now he (2.5yrs) and his almost 4yr brother are completely fine on their own.
- foam inclined stairs
- climbing play gym with tunnels
REMEMBER, kids must wear socks in the play area and some can be purchased from the Bistro for $2.
We have always enjoyed our meals at Vicky’s Bistro and tend to go for the chefs specials, which change regularly. Kids meals are $10 and include ice cream and the options on the adults menu cater for a range of budgets. You order at the counter and then the meals are brought to you. The staff are very friendly and they are happy to provide some colouring pencils and paper for the kids, if/ when they want a break from playing.
I have heard from local mums that Vicky’s Bistro is also great for Birthday parties and other occasions. They have a reasonably priced party platters menu (see photos in food section above) and are happy to take orders at the table for a group booking. Vicky is also very flexible when it comes to bringing other sweets with the cake, upon request.
Finding Vicky’s Bistro at Hotel Seven Hills
Hotel Seven Hills is right near Seven Hills train station, along the Prospect Highway.
Entrance to the two car parks for the hotel is on The Hills Crescent. The first carpark is small and on the corner of Prospect Highway and The Hills Crescent. The other, larger one is further along The Hills Crescent. There is also another car park next door for the shopping centre.