Dad's post goes viral after hilarious, honest review on baby daughter's mini restaurant

Dad's post goes viral after hilarious, honest review on baby daughter's mini restaurant

- Christophe Kyle left many laughing online after posting an honest review of his daughter's restaurant

- According to the proud dad, it took Ava 45 minutes to prepare his meal as she had to pause for 20 minutes to watch Paw Patrol

- Kyle thought that his daughter could do better in terms of services and offered to visit the restaurant again

- The post has since gone viral with many applauding the little young chef

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A dad has left many netizens cracking their ribs after his hilarious review on his daughter's mini restaurant.

In the post which has since gone viral, the man identified as Christophe Kyle was trying to support a black-owned business and decided to visit the restaurant identified as Ava's Kitchen.

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Posting on his Instagram and Facebook accounts, Kyle shared a photo in his daughter's restaurant as he waited to be served.

Little Ava waited on her dad while holding things down in the kitchen too, wearing a cute chef hat and apron.

"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 whew let me tell you about this owner," he wrote.

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According to Kyle, he had to wait for his order for 45 minutes and was the only customer in the restaurant but the chef had to stop for some time to watch Paw Patrol

"I have been waiting on my order to get done for 45 minutes, and I am the only customer here. She was making good progress at first, then she stopped for 20 minutes to go watch Paw Patrol," added the dad.

Although Ava's dad enjoyed being in her restaurant, he honestly felt that his daughter could have done better than that promising to give her a second chance.

"Overall the customer service could be better, but the cook is a cutie; so I will give her another chance. Let us not give up on black businesses so fast after one mistake," he concluded.

In one of his posts, Kyle added that spending hundreds of dollars on the toy kitchen was all worth it, seeing how happy it made Ava.

Meanwhile, Wesley Girls’ High School, 1994 Year Group raised money to renovate the female ward (Forster Ward) at the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital in Cape Coast.

In a post sighted by on the official Facebook handle of Omgvoice, it appeared as though they actually built a new facility at the ward.

The post also shows the extent to which the psychiatric hospital facility was deplorable before the wonderful intervention by the year group from Wesley Girls.

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