Restaurant Translates Kids Complaints Into Food Orders

A restaurant in Maryland has really changed up their menu, and not in the way you might think.

Fager’s Island¬†understands that taking your kids out to eat is NOT a smooth experience, so they changed up some of the menu for when it comes time for the kids to order. When it’s time to order, and a kid says “I don’t know” that translates to “Triple Layer PB&J.”

Other orders include:

“I don’t care” – Grilled Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich

“I’m not hungry” – Basket of Chicken Tenders

“I don’t want that” – Kids Fries

“What?” – Cheese Quesadilla

The point of the menu is to curve some of the drama of having kids order, and we’re give it a big fat stamp of approval.

You can see what it looks like on the menu HERE.

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