During our vacation we did our best to moderate how often we ate out at restaurants, besides it being unhealthy & costly, we wanted to enjoy eating on the lanai & grilling at the house we rented. Being that we live overseas there are definitely restaurants you miss, sure we have access to great European restaurants but sometimes the ones you grew up with just call your name. For me, while visiting The States I have to squeeze in a meal eat at either Outback and/or Red Lobster. We luckily enough hit up both! (No, they aren't Michelin Star restaurants but they're yummy and bring back nice memories.)
For the adults, we had an array of choices, but my daughter was limited. She's doesn't eat mac & cheese, hamburgers, steak, or shrimp... but luckily she does eat her share of fish sticks, chicken nuggets, & hot dogs which were on most American kids menus. But after a while we felt bad ordering her those things, and then we started noticing grilled chicken on a lot of menus. Turns out she is a big fan of grilled chicken at restaurants - now I felt a little less bad that she was eating too many fries during the 2 week vacation.
My 4 yr old enjoyed the grilled chicken at Red Lobster & loved the ice cream at the end. But it was the grilled chicken at Outback that made her oooh & aaah! She liked the chicken so much she even told the server, ha-ha! Now the milkshake she ordered at Outback didn't go over so well, but the chicken completely made up for it. So if you're stumped what to order you kids the next time you happen to be at an Outback or Red Lobster, go for the grilled chicken, it's highly recommended!
Bye! Dag! Adios! Namaste!