Second Graders Go For A Seven-Course, $220 Meal And The Reactions Are Priceless

"This looks like soap."

Honesty is one of the most beautiful virtues of childhood.

If a kid doesn't like something, he will let you know. Immediately. That's what turns them into the most outstanding critics on Earth.

Knowing this, The New York Times decided to take a bunch of six graders to one of the finest restaurants in Brooklyn, Daniel. Each was served a seven-course tasting menu that goes for $220 a person.

Did they like it?

As you could guess, the refined courses were not for everyone. "At one point, after tasting a custom-made nonalcoholic cocktail, 7-year-old Chester Parish said: "This is, like, the only good course. It's yummy," The New York Times reports.

Scroll down for more of their priceless reactions.

First course was the Maine Lobster Salad

"I can't wait until we have dessert."

Smoked Paprika Cured Hamachi with Ossetra Caviar

"Looks like a little forest."

Squash Ravioli with Pork Belly "a la Plancha"

"Why am I eating soap right now?"

Crispy Japanese Snapper

"That's just regular fish."

Wagyu Beef Rib-Eye

"It was cooked just right and I really liked the inside."

For dessert the kids had Fraises et Coquelicots and Velours D’Abricot and Lemond Scented Madeleine

"This. It's AWESOME!"

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