Six second graders sit down to a seven-course tasting menu at one of the fanciest restaurants in New York City – how can it NOT be hilarious?
Daniel Boulaud, chef-owner of Daniel in Brooklyn where the seven-course tasting menu goes for $220 per person, wanted to share his love of flavors and a connection to the food on the plate with a group of kids from P.S. 295. The New York Times captured the unfiltered responses of the second graders as they worked their way through courses like a Maine Lobster Salad, Squash Ravioli with Pork Belly, and Ossetra Caviar.
Just some of the comments that will make you laugh out loud:
“I can’t wait for dessert”
“That’s a strange and delicious-looking one.”
“I can’t believe I’m going to eat fish eggs.”
“It tastes like soap. Why am I eating soap right now?”
“It was cooked just right, and I really, really liked the inside.”
“This, mmmm, is AWESOME!”
Photo: YouTube/The New York Times