Detroit Father Gives Hilarious Review of Daughter's "Restaurant"

By 4 weeks ago

Chris Kyle, a father from Detroit, recently posted a very honest review on Instagram of his daughter's restaurant, Ava's Kitchen. What he left out, however, is that Ava is only 18 months old. 

Kyle's post was an image of him seated at a tiny table while his daughter prepared a high-end imaginary meal. He discussed his experience via a very sweet and hilarious caption.

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So I tried to support another Black Owned Business for lunch today. It’s called Ava’s Kitchen, just opened end of April. It’s a very clean establishment, but whewww let me tell you about this owner. First off, I asked why there are balloons on my chair, and it’s not my birthday? She talm’bout, mind yah business; those are Mommy’s. I been waiting on my order to get done for 45 minutes, and I’m the only customer here. She was making good progress at first, then she stopped for 20 minutes to go watch Paw Patrol. Overall the customer service could be better, but the cook is a cutie; so I’ll give her another chance. Let’s not give up on Black businesses so fast after one mistake. 💕

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"So I tried to support another Black Owned Business for lunch today," he wrote. "It's called Ava's Kitchen, just opened end of April. It's a very clean establishment, but whewww let me tell you about this owner."

"First off, I asked why there are balloons on my chair, and it's not my birthday? She talm'bout, mind yah business; those are Mommy's," he continued.

He pointed out the absurd delay in her service. "I been waiting on my order to get done for 45 minutes, and I’m the only customer here. She was making good progress at first, then she stopped for 20 minutes to go watch Paw Patrol," he said.

He ended the caption open-minded, though, and said "Overall the customer service could be better, but the cook is a cutie; so I’ll give her another chance. Let’s not give up on Black businesses so fast after one mistake."

While this seemed like just a cute post about a father and daughter, there's a broader and simple message here: support black businesses. 

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