Eating out with a toddler at Revolucion de Cuba Sheffield

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I wouldn’t think of Revolucion de Cuba as the type of place to go for a meal with our toddler. But we went as a family of 3 to try their kids eat free offer and was so impressed. Yummy food, great atmosphere and toddler suitable!

The kids menu “little pirates” has a good variety of food to choose from, the meal includes a main, side, dessert and drink for £5.95. Although during half term kids eat free! So make sure to use this offer.

Little pirates kids menu at Revolucion de Cuba
Mains: ham and cheese croquettes, vegetable quesadillas, grilled chicken fillets, handmade chicken goujons. Sides: skinny or sweet potato fries, rice and peas, carrot and cucumber sticks. All with salad. Dessert: ice cream or mini churros.
After being shown to our table, I was informed of all the meals on the menu which were vegan and told that most things can be amended. This is great not only for vegans but anyone with dietary requirements as they are flexible.


We had tortilla chips to start with guacamole and salsa. We all enjoyed these including Eric!

For main, it was all about Taco Tuesday for me! Four of a kind for £5 or tacos and drink for £10. I ordered mushroom, bean and spinach tacos and a side of patatas bravas. The portion size was huge! Definitely enough to keep me going. Full of flavour.


Eric had vegetable quesadillas and sweet potato fries. His orange juice came in a really impressive plastic cup which he loved! It kept him entertained for a little while 😉


We were supplied with colours and there are puzzles and activities on the back of the children’s menu.


Toddlers get restless, though, so after mains Eric had a stroll around. There’s a lot of space in the restaurant for a little wander and a ramp going out to the main doors which, if you have a kid you’ll know a ramp is a great source of entertainment. 😉


Mini churros for dessert! Served warm perfect for Eric 🙂 yummy.


There was also a band playing and Eric had a boogie!

My food was so nice full of different flavours and fresh. I had strawberry margeritas to drink which were amazing! Happy hour is 3-7pm Monday to Friday and Saturday 5-7pm.


The service was always friendly and we were never left waiting for long. They were all very accommodating without being over friendly and gave us privacy but we always there if we needed. A manager joked around with Eric as he was running around and it really put me at ease that they were friendly with him.

It can be really hard to relax when we go out to eat with Eric, he’s 15 months old. We are usually stuck with the usual family friendly pubs and soft plays, etc.

What was particularly nice about eating here was how me and Ollie could enjoy a grown up atmosphere. We were able to dine in a restaurant which we would go prior to having Eric, but as a family. It was a treat for us. It was something special for us to do and it wasa lovely way for us to enjoy somethingfor us for once. As parents it’s important you treat yourself!

I wouldn’t have thought to have gone with a toddler. I was pleasantly surprised how family friendly it is and I would have those tacos and margaritas again any day!

Do you like mexican food? What is your favourite place to eat with kids?

Thank you for reading and watching!

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