Exclusive Menu Ideas for Jessica Biel’s Exclusive Restaurant for Kids


Great news for celebrity babies everywhere, as reports were confirmed today that Jessica Biel will be opening an ultra-exclusive, organic restaurant for children in Los Angeles in 2015. According to source, Au Fudge aims to be the “Soho House for kids.”

“It would be a place where A-listers would feel comfortable bringing their kids to dine and take part in cooking activities,” reported Page Six.

Since Biel isn’t a mom yet herself (or is she? pregnancy rumors have been swirling for months), we thought she might need some help coming up with a menu that will cater to her future clientele. Let’s face it, kids aren’t the easiest culinary customers to please.

So we’ve come up with some sophisticated menu suggestions that would tempt even the most refined toddler palate:


Instead of French fries… Hand-cut, baked zucchini frittes in a lemon-reduction dipping sauce. Perfect for throwing gracefully onto the floor.

Instead of apple dippers… Bruleed pears topped with organic prosciutto, homemade cranberry sauce, and crumbled goat cheese (gluten-free).

Main Course

Instead of mac & cheese… Baked homemade gnocchi in a four-cheese sauce of Gruyere, cheddar, Roquefort, and Pamigiano with a parsley garnish.

Instead of a hot dog… Chicken-and-sage sausage served on mini homemade brioche rolls topped with mango chutney and papaya-onion relish.

Instead of PB&J… Organic sunflower seed butter with rose petal jam served on homemade potato rosemary bread with the crust cut off, of course.

Instead of a quesadilla… Naan bread filled with melted organic cheeses, lightly garnished with garlic, mustard seeds, and cilantro.

Instead of chicken fingers… Free-range Cornish game hen tenders, breaded with truffle-infused focaccia crumbles, cut into an exact scale replicas of the Tyrannosaur Rex.


Instead of an ice cream sundae… All-natural stracciatella gelato drizzled with extra-virgin olive oil and topped with 24 karat edible gold flakes.

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