A CAFÉ in Rhyl which includes a children’s soft play area has welcomed back customers with a new management team in charge.

Rhyl Corner Café, on West Parade, closed last year, but re-opened fully on Thursday, May 16 after a short delay.

It has been taken on by Mike Full, originally from Cardiff but now living in Rhyl, who wants the café to appeal to children and young parents, in particular.

The café is open each day between 10am and 6pm.

Rhyl Journal: Inside Rhyl Corner CafeInside Rhyl Corner Cafe (Image: Submitted)

Mike said: “The first week has been really good. There have been no issues at all, considering the weather, as well. Hopefully, it stays that way.

“It’s been steady, and feedback has been really positive. People have been happy with the food, and the play area, especially, and we’ve had compliments about how clean it is.

“We’ve had a lot of kids and young families in so far, but also tourists of older ages. We can still easily cater for them – it’s for everyone, but we’re hoping for families and children.”

Rhyl Journal: Food at Rhyl Corner CafeFood at Rhyl Corner Cafe (Image: Submitted)

Food on offer at the café includes a variety of breakfasts and burgers, chicken dishes, pie and chips, jacket potatoes, and a large range of home-made cakes.

Mike said the aim is to serve “good, traditional café food”.

Rhyl Journal: Food at Rhyl Corner CafeFood at Rhyl Corner Cafe (Image: Submitted)

Prior to the opening, he told the Journal: “I just think it’s somewhere that’s good for kids and young parents, and I think Rhyl has hit the point now where its going to start turning round have new life breathed into the area.

“In school term time, we’re going try and do a deal for younger children to come and play, for mums to meet, and for people to have food.

“The play area, menu, and staff will all be new – we’re trying to make a warm, friendly welcome.”