Controversy after a menu came to light that divides food between children “who behave well” and “who behave badly”

The controversy over children's menus returns, although this time it is not the dishes that comprise it or the state of the food that are questioned, but rather the division that a hotel makes between children “who behave well” and children “who behave badly.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
14 May 2024 Tuesday 06:01
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Controversy after a menu came to light that divides food between children “who behave well” and “who behave badly”

The controversy over children's menus returns, although this time it is not the dishes that comprise it or the state of the food that are questioned, but rather the division that a hotel makes between children “who behave well” and children “who behave badly.” ”, according to a document published on X (formerly Twitter) by the user Soy Camarero.

According to the folio, children will eat one menu or another depending on their behavior, a decision that has generated hundreds of criticisms among users of this social network for its "lack of pedagogy."

For children who “behave well”, first, they will have homemade croquettes or noodle soup. For the main course, meatballs with potatoes or chicken nuggets. To finish, for dessert, ice cream to taste, custard or flan.

For the little ones who “behave badly”, to start, sautéed chard. For the second, boiled fish. And even more controversial is the dessert for this second option: to the kitchen to wash dishes, according to the published document.

The proposal has generated hundreds of reactions among users of this social network. “Children eat badly enough today that we associate certain dishes with something bad and others with something good,” criticizes one. “Totally anti-pedagogical,” many repeat.

“Make children hate vegetables and fish from a young age by putting them in the most bland way possible and on top of that by telling them that it is for misbehaving. What can go wrong?” asks another.