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    At Jamie Oliver's restaurant in sydney and the kids food looks amazing
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    The EXACT same meals as on the adult menu but the option to get it in a kids serving size. I hate deep fried crap! I always end up having to order DD an adults meal which she never eats all of and is expensive to waste.

    Little finger food platters for a lunch option would be awesome too!

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    I like the idea of finger food platters and mini adult dishes. And fruit and yoghurt for dessert. I hate deep fried stuff as well. I would rather pay a but more for nice, healthy quality food. Jamie Oliver's menu does look really nice. Also, if you do sandwiches, the option of multigrain or rye bread. I thought it would be a no brainer but there have been lots of places where this hasn't been available

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    When I was a kid there was either no kids menu or it was never an option available to me as my parents wanted me to experience real food flavours. We also travelled overseas a lot so lots of strange foods and flavours which I hated at the time but as an adult love to indulge in flavours and cultures.

    i rarely buy kids meals for my 9 y old, I'd prefer he eat off the adult menu and experience more tastes and flavours and honestly kids menus seem to be filled with fried crap soaked in canola oil (which isn't as good for you as people first thought).

    honestly if I'm going to take my son with me I would order off the adults menu with some changes as he does have some food intolerances. For a real kids menu why not just have kid size versions of the most popular adult meals that you serve, develop their palates and encourage them to try new food.

    i honestly think the next generation will, as adults, go to fancy restaurants and order a crumbed piece of chicken breast and a side of chips and pay top dollar for it because that's what they are being taught to do. Seriously that's what maccas is for.


 

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