Sometimes, nothing quite hits the spot like good Chinese food. But what separates good Chinese food from great Chinese food?
A sense of humor and a trendy internet presence might be the deciding factor.
Cuisine AuntDai, a Chinese restaurant based in Montreal, Canada, is raising the bar for foodies everywhere by adding the owner’s honest comments about meals on the menu.
First, Kim Belair shares the real real…
And now… the funny!
LOL, drag them, Aunt Dai! Tell them like it is!
We love the authenticity here. You can tell that this owner really knows what they’re talking about and is dedicated the art of making Chinese cuisine.
Hey, no judgement here. Owning a restaurant is a busy job. Sometimes you just don’t have time to stop and smell the roses (or try every dish on the menu.)
Anybody else ready to salute potato? I sure am!
And of course, the classic appearance of intestines. Don’t knock it before you try it, folks. I promise you, they’re actually really good.
We love an owner who is able to be brutally honest with themselves. That way, they’re always making room for improvement. No need for Gordon Ramsay here!
Love that the owner added in a little bit of a personal story here. Interesting how people actually thought little wooden sticks might be part of the cuisine.
Anybody ready to hop on a flight to Montreal as soon as quarantine’s over? I’m sure down for it, if only for an experience at AuntDai.
What do you think of this owner’s honest review of their own menu? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!