Review: Putt Putt Noodle Poole

With the exception of Tower Park, Poole has been distinctly lacking in facilities to keep the kids entertained, especially on rainy days, but now there are two new venues to take the kids – Flip Out, which is set in the old Marks & Spencers building in the Dolphin Centre and Putt Putt Noodle which is set in the old M&S Foodhall.

Putt Putt Noodle is a new concept which blends oriental-themed mini golf with authentic Asian street food and the theming starts as soon as you walk in the door with an animatronic dragon and anime cartoons playing on the TV’s, much to Eliza’s delight.

The kids could not wait to try the three fantastic Asian inspired indoor crazy 9 hole golf courses; Cherry Blossom, Crouching Tiger and Dragon’s Quest.

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You a provided with a score booklet for all three courses and a pencil, with the holes having a good variety of difficulty, which kept everyone entertained.

There is plenty of seating for when you are not playing golf and you can choose to try the delicious Asian Street Food or just order a drink from the large bar area, which serves a good variety of refreshing drinks, including slushies, bubble tea and even bubble tea cocktails.

The food menu is not available on the website yet, however, we were treated to sushi nibbles during the launch event.

The crazy golf courses were a big hit with my three, they not only loved the staging, but also some of the more challenging elements.

Tickets for Putt Putt Noodle cost from £7 per play, with a family ticket (2 x adults and 2x children) for all three courses costing £49


Disclaimer: We were invited to the launch of Putt Putt Noodle for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

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