I went there with Grace.
There wasn’t a single high-chair to be found in the restaurant. I asked staff whether there had ever been a high-chair? They said ‘No’. There was no managerial presence in the restaurant. I guess if two members of staff say there has never been a high-chair that means there is a policy of no high-chairs.
I’ve never come across such a policy at a ‘world class visitor centre’.
I’m going back today with the Wiffe and Pauline and Grace, and if I can find a manager, I’ll ask.
ps I’m planning to write a review of our ‘visitor’ experience comparing and contrasting it with the Lanzarotte experience of visiting the Cesar Manrique designed centre which looks down from a great height across the sea (and I can’t remember the name…)