Who says kids can’t appreciate fine food?
The New York Times recently treated a group of second graders from a Brooklyn public school to the 7-course, $US220-per-person dinner at Daniel, one of the finest restaurants in New York City.
The results were, predictably, adorable.
Not everyone was a fan of the ossetra caviar (“It looks like a forest!” “I can’t believe I’m gonna eat fish eggs!”) …
But the wagyu beef ribeye was much more popular, especially when eaten without a fork.
And dessert was a huge hit.
As many fine dining experiences do, this one ended with a toast. The group clinked glasses to “justice for all” … and to vampires.
Watch the video below:
NOW WATCH: Executive Life videos
Business Insider Emails & Alerts
Site highlights each day to your inbox.