kids' digital camera my sister gave my oldest for Christmas, we now have budding food blogger on our hands :)
So I've decided it would be fun to hand the reigns over to my 5-year-old occasionally and have him take some photos and explain what he liked (or didn't like) about some new restaurants we recently checked out.
So without further adieu, dining at La Carreta Mexican (Manchester, NH) from the eyes of a five-year-old*.
5-year-old: "The restaurant smelled new. Everything looked nice."
|5-year-old thought light fixture over our table was beautiful|
5-year-old: "I love to eat corn chips while I wait. I don't like salsa though. Too spicy."
5-year-old: "I LOVE fish tacos! It is too hot to eat right away though."
|Finally the food arrives. Fish Tacos - yum!|
5-year-old: "Here comes my brother's food. He loves rice."
|Baby brother's meal - rice & beans.|
5-year-old: "Mom's food is really hot."
|Don't touch! Mom's fajitas are hot!|
La Carreta Mexican is based in Southern New Hampshire and has quickly expanded with a total of five locations, including one in Framingham, MA. With a large and loyal following, La Carreta offers an extensive menu that include authentic Mexican cuisine ranging from the usual fajitas and quesadillas to house specialties such as Enchiladas Mole Poblano and Cazuelon.
Bottom line: This is solid Mexican food. They have a kids menu too ($4.75 plates). A serious step up from other Mexican restaurants we've tried.
**Note: Energetic 5-year-old + 2 megapixel Vtech Kidizoom camera = blurry photos. We're working on "steady hands" and composition!