The word's biggest Primark has a new Disney-themed cafe.

The cafe serving archways shaped like a headband with Mickey Mouse ears. There were also circular stools and yellow banquettes.

The partnership could be a lot cheaper for parents than a trip to Disneyland.

Why Disney?

The Disney cafe.

 

The Disney brand is one of the most highly valuable - and protected - brands in the world of commerce.

There used to be a Disney store inside the former Pavilions shopping centre until it closed in May, 2016 - now you can find the Disney store in Brum at Unit SU 301 of the Bullring.

Just like Primark established a concession in Selfridges in the Bullring, it would make perfect sense for the two brands to come together inside what is being billed as 'the world's biggest Primark'.

Disney Mickey Mouse cafe.
 

What is in the Disney Cafe

Mains and a side will cost £5 or it's £6 for a main, side and smoothie.

Sample items for £6 could include a 'flavourful fish wrap including fish finger wrap, salad skewer and smoothie'.

Mains

Chicken bites; fish finger wrap; cheese and tomato pizza; wholewheat pasta twists

Sides

House salad; brown rice with roasted veg; handcut baked potato wedges; herby sweet potato mash.

Smoothies & Juices

Carrot and pear; apple and kiwi; orange and passion fruit; banana and mango; strawberry and pineapple - £1.95 each

Desserts

A 'berry juicy' fresh fruit skewer will be £1.95; Mickey-shaped pancakes or waffles with fresh fruit - £2.50

 
The Primark Cafe with Disney at the new Primark store in High Street, Birmingham
The Primark Cafe with Disney at the new Primark store in High Street, Birmingham