Was passiert, wenn man Kindern ein 220$ Menü vorsetzt?! [1 Video]

Ziemlich süße Idee der New York Times.

Die Zeitung schickte 6 Zweitklässler/innen in das höchst renommierte französische Restaurant „Daniel“ in New York wo sie ein 7 Gänge-Menü für 220$ p.P. vorgesetzt bekamen. Die Reaktionen der Kleinen sind wirkliche sehr köstlich. Allen voran: „Why am i eating soap right now?!“. Hier geht’s zum original Artikel.

One Saturday afternoon last month, six second graders from P.S. 295 in Brooklyn got a head start on the fine-dining life when they visited the acclaimed French restaurant Daniel. There, five waiters presented them with a seven-course tasting menu (after the trio of canapés and an amuse-bouche, naturellement). The meal was overseen by the star chef and eponym himself, Daniel Boulud, whose goal was, he says, “for the children to really discover a lot of flavor, a lot of layers, a lot of texture.” These discoveries included Smoked Paprika Cured Hamachi (the “most-foreign thing for them,” Boulud says), Crispy Japanese Snapper (“which they loved to see”) and Wagyu Beef Rib-Eye (“a big success”). To capture the children’s reactions, the magazine asked Jeffrey Blitz, the director of the Oscar-nominated documentary “Spellbound,” to make a video. The initiates seemed to enjoy the experience, but that isn’t to say they loved all those flavors and textures. At one point, after tasting a custom-made nonalcoholic cocktail, 7-year-old Chester Parish said: “This is, like, the only good course. It’s yummy.”

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