Name: Jude Rivera
Occupation: 2nd Grader
Lives In: Hialeah
Restaurant Pick: Thai Café
Reviewed Thai Café: 02/07/11 at 7:30 p.m
I went to Thai Café with my family. It’s in Miami Lakes in Main Street. We parked and walked inside a few stores before going into Thai Café. We got to sit down right away at the round table by the sushi bar. I ordered miso soup which is my favorite soup. It had lots of tofu and good flavor. While I waited for my food, I sat at the sushi bar and watched the two chefs make our sushi. That was pretty awesome because I had never seen that before. They were making the sushi rolls with the rice and seaweed. My chicken teriyaki and sushi combo brought a lot of food. I ate all my chicken and rice but had a hard time with my sushi. I think when I have all my teeth it will be easier to eat my sushi with the chopsticks. The sashimi I did not eat because I did not like the look of the raw fish. My grandma really liked it but I did not want to taste it. When the Thai donuts came for dessert I was so full I did not have any. I like going to Thai Café. It’s a nice place near my house and they have very good food. I would recommend it to anyone that likes sushi and good food.
Name: Frankie Sanchez
Occupation: 1st Grader
Lives In: Miami
Restaurant Pick: Caffe Abbracci
Reviewed Thai Café: 02/07/11
It’s in a big shopping mall, far from my house. They sat us the second we got there. I had chicken and beef for an appetizer, chick pad Thai for dinner, and Thai donuts for dessert. The portions were good, enough for two people, and it tasted very good. It was very quiet inside and very pretty. What stood out to me were the people working there speaking Thai to each other. I never had Thai food before so I enjoyed visiting Thai Café, and I would invite my friends to
Name: Demi-Nicole Bernadotte
Occupation: 2nd Grader
Lives In: Plantation
Restaurant Pick: Jaxson’s Ice Cream Parlor & Restaurant
Reviewed Thai Café: 02/13/11 at 6:30 p.m.
I loved the area the restaurant was located at. There were big trees that were in the middle of the road. The trees had white lights (Christmas tree lights) around them. The restaurant was smaller than I thought it would be. The waitress was nice. We sat at a table as soon as we walked in. There were lots of choices on the menu, so my mommy helped me decide what to place. The walls had glass mirrors on them. They had nice music, hip-hop and R &B, playing in the background. The food was a lot and very delicious, I really enjoyed the vegetables, chicken and rice. I also had some of mommy’s shrimp which was very good. I would definitely come back again to the restaurant and bring my friends too. I really enjoy eating something different, oh yeah, the doughnuts we had for dessert were also real tasty. Can’t wait to go back there and maybe try their fried ice cream next time.
Location: 6845 Main Street, Miami Lakes, FL
Type of Cuisine: Thai/sushi
Meals Served: lunch and dinner
Accommodations for Children: yes