Post # 1
I get it right, kids like chicken fingers but c’mon! we are paying $100 a head! Surely the fancy french chef can come up with something else!
Anybody else get this suggestion when inquiring about kids meals?
Post # 3
Do they not have a separate price for kids meals? Our venue does, probably still overpriced but not as much as the adult price.
Post # 4
Hopefully you will be getting a discount for the kids’ meals. We served chicken stips and mac and cheese. It was a big hit. This is what my kids usually eat when we go out to eat. I would go with something you know kids would like instead of doing somethin fancier and having it go to waste.
Post # 5
Our kid’s meals are also discounted. Regular adult is 60$ and the kids is like 25$ pp.
Post # 6
Usually kids meals are only about half of the adult meals. I don’t know, though, as a kid I’d much prefer to see a plate of familiar chicken fingers than an unknown. I would have eaten whatever was put in front of me (we were brought up to be gracious) but I probably wouldn’t have been pleased if it were some strange french creation.
Post # 7
Hehe, I was just venting more than anything! It’s actually only one meal, for our 8 year old niece, the two other kids are older and can eat an adult meal.
The kids meals are discounted, but I still find it funny that that is the first thing they bring up when we are serving a $70 steak. It just seems mismatched.
EDIT: I sent FI’s sister the kids options… what did she pick? the grilled chicken breast served with potatos and veggies. I guess she hates chicken fingers!
Post # 8
Our adult buffet was $58 per person and kids meals were $17. They got chicken fingers and french fries and ithe kids were very happy with their dinner choice!
Post # 9
Ours suggested, chicken fingers and french fries, a gourmet cheeseburger with sweet potato fries, and a bbq chicken with mash and apples. We let the little one pick and he said chicken tenders and french fries so that’s what we went with too. However, he did ask of sushi was an option lol.
Post # 11
@Mrs.Mittens: That seems a little expensive, I would definetly check on that per head price for kids
Post # 12
@mwitter80: hehe, FSS loves sushi too. He asked if he could have ribs, but when we told him we are having steak instead he asked “What cut?”
Post # 13
We’re having five kids at our wedding and the options are: Chicken Fingers, Mac ‘n Cheese, Spaghetti with Meatballs and a mini version of the adult Prime Rib dinner for $20 a plate. Two want chicken fingers (ages 1.5 and 4), one the prime rib dinner (she’s 10), one mac n’ cheese (age 2) and my flower girl (who is my cousins five year old daughter) wants crab legs! That wasn’t even an option lol.
I know it’s weird that this delicious food is being passed up but kids have different tastes buds and they like simple foods that they already know.
Post # 14
Our chicken finger meals are $29, but it works out to about $45/child with tax, gratuity and the non-alcohol beverage package… And people wonder why I don’t want random kids at my wedding!!
Post # 15
Ummmm if the vendor told me chicken finger meals would be $45/ kid I would slap them! Oh my GOD. Seriously just go to the store, grab a box for $15 for like 40 chicken fingers and sneak them in under the poof of your dress! Hahahaha.
Post # 16
We are paying $19.95 for chicken fingers which is also OUTRAGEOUS. They should have a different price for a child versus adult. I would double check on that.