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Old 08-03-2009, 03:04 PM   #1
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Picky 15-yr old eating off children's menu

If I have an adult dining package but my 15-yr would like to order off the children's menu - will they allow her to? My first guess is no but anyone been there recently where they've allowed it?
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Actually, most anecdotal reports say that this is allowed (the restaurant gets reimbursed for an adult credit for a kids' meal... why wouldn't they jump at it?) -- and that at least in some cases they'll bring out an "adult sized" kids' meal if you ask.
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Old 08-03-2009, 03:12 PM   #3
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That's nice to know. She loves Chicken but sure isn't going to eat fru fru chicken with goat cheese stuffing..! She'd rather have chicken fingers off the kids menu.
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I agree

most restaurants are EXTREMELY accomodating when it comes to this and will bring a more adult portion of a child's meal if necessary. My DD had done this before she developed a more adventurous palate. In fact, she loved the grilled chicken kids meal @ Brown Derby so much, she's threatened to order it again this year and she's 24!!!!
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