Frushi at Orange in Chicago, but it was delicious. Last Friday night the kiddos and I went for a dinner at the new Japanese restaurant in our neighborhood, The Hibachi House. They have a vast menu which was difficult to choose from, because I was so hungry but the basically stuck to what they knew. Isabella ordered her usual tuna sashimi and miso soup. Logan had California rolls and miso. River went adventurous and ordered the tuna and avocado roll and miso. seeing a pattern here? Sure these kids love miso soup and know good miso. This passed the test as River ordered a second bowl. They also love the fact that I'll let them get away with slurping their soup as it is traditionally acceptable in Japanese culture as is seen as complimentary to the cook. The same goes for noodles. I had a spicy tuna and a corona roll -delish! Our server, Allen, was nothing less than awesome. Not to mention he is a friend from our church, but we are never biased when it comes to food and service. Actually, I may have created a few little food snobs as they expect good service and food. There have been an unfortunate recipient or two of their polite constructive criticism. Kids, they say the darndest things. *smiling* After our meal we left stuffed to the gills and very sated. Once we arrived home I called my sister, "I have a place for you. We're going there for your birthday next week!"
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