Well we are very excited to share with you this weeks review. The first one to be contributed to the Jetsetting Babies blog from one of our followers. We would like to say how we excited we are to bring you a review from Nashville Tennessee and remind all our readers if you would like to share one of your favourite places with us here at Jetsetting Babies we would love to hear from you, just pop on over to our Contribute Page and get all the information that you need.
Suzy Wong's House of Yum
A: 1517A Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee, USA 37203
P: (615) 329-2913
Opening Hours: Sun-Thurs 5pm - 11pm | Fri-Sat 5pm - 4am
Thankyou to our Yummy Mummy Liz and her Jetsetting Babies Emma and Lilly. Liz contributed the information for this weeks review all the way from Nashville Tennessee. Welcome to the Jetsetting Babies and we hope to hear more reviews from you.
Liz also has a blog why not pop over and check it out she has so many great recipes I can't wait to try some...
Suzy Wongs House of Yum is located in the heart of the trendy alternative nightclub scene in Nashville Tennessee and is one of many chic and fashionable restaurants created and owned by chef and restaurateur Arnold Myint. The menu looks delish with a good variety of Suhsi, vegetarian and meat dishes some quite authentic others a little more western infused.
The food was rated at 7 out of 10 and Liz says "the food was above average... Lilly thoroughly enjoyed my tempura fried mushrooms and house salad." Service was rated a 6 out of 10 and it seems that while this is a fabulous restaurant with great food and is certainly a fashionable hang out spot it doesn't really cater for Mummies and their babies, here is was Liz had to say...
I managed to find the last parking space directly behind the building which is seated in a fairly industrial area of Nashville. Much to my chagrin, the back door was locked. So I trudged around the entire block to get the front of the building toting my one year old, 25lb child in my left arm, diaper bag, purse and two and a half year old’s hand in my right. I managed to make it to the door without dropping anything, or anyone, and saw Jaime through the window. My first indication that this establishment was not particularly child friendly was when I noticed it was situated between two nightclubs. I was then told they did not have any kid’s cups or a kid’s menu and Emma was brought a sprite in a 7 inch tall glass with a straw. I was a smart mom and brought along things for Emma to eat just in case. Lily, on the other hand, thoroughly enjoyed my tempera fried mushrooms and house salad. Not only were the bathroom facilities not kid or baby friendly, they were just plain guest unfriendly. One toilet for a place that is open until 4:00am? I don’t get it. The food was above average, the decor exuberant, the bar was enticing and I’m sure the patio was lovely. Unbelievably, there were a great deal of young parents with small children at the early hour. If Suzy Wong’s made an effort, it could capture a market to which they seem to peer down their 20-something year old noses.
Baby Changing - N
Highchairs - Y
Kids Menu - N
Children's Activities - N
(But Liz claims "a jar of apple sauce and four pairs of chopsticks cut in half can be wildly entertaining to a two year old.") Love it!!!
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