When it looks like vegetables – don’t taste!
For children up to 12 years
Post children anti-etiquette guide “On the table”
- Eating happens on the spurs of the moment. Staying too long at the table is uncool.
- Should a waiter cross your path, trip him up or bump into him.
- Chairs are there to wobble, benches for running with outdoor shoes on.
- The correct use of cutlery is the free hand that doesn’t hold a toy.
- Why use glasses when there are drinking bottles? (If glasses, then for every sip a new one.)
- Dessert first! Washing hands, by the way, is completely overrated!
- Dining rule: If it’s green ugh, when it looks like vegetables – don’t taste. Complete food denial!
- If somebody else has more good food on the plate, then one must scream loud.
- With serviettes fantastic flyers can be made for tossing around.
- Only share if something doesn’t taste well. Order of chewing and swallowing is absolutely unimportant!
The Post Special: Unattended children are given either a dog puppy or a double espresso.
 with preservatives,  with antioxidants,  with milk protein
A children’s dinner in the Post for your Birthday!
Tell me your name with your address and your birthday and you will get one
Children’s meals from this children’s menu in the month of your birthday in the Post restaurant.
Simply fill in our postcard together with mom or dad.