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America’s Next Great Restaurant: Lorena Garcia’s Thoughts This Week

April 22, 2011 10:00 AM by Lisa Princ

NBC‘s America’s Next Great Restaurant we watched as the contestants had to create a children’s meal. After the show, Lorena Garcia shared her thoughts on the episode and how Krystal and Gregg’s grilled kabobs were not kid friendly. Keep reading to hear what else Lorena had to say!

America’s Next Great Restaurant investor Lorena Garcia says that children should not be underestimated because they will let you know exactly how it is as she blogged about this week’s challenge. Lorena thought Joey had the advantage because “Kids love meatballs; he just needed to create a simple yet flavorful menu, and also a toy which would entertain the kids. The combination of a great meatball burger, pasta-edamame salad and a chocolate-dipped strawberry, took it home. Plus his toy was interactive and very entertaining.”

Lorena also posted about Grill’Billes, and despite all the progress we saw Krystal and Gregg making on the show, Lorena said of their kids menu “While they were nice and flavorful, serving them on a sharp stick was risky and hazardous for the kids, a major concern in my eyes. Grill’Billies totally dropped the ball on this one, and made it impossible for us to keep them in the competition.”

What do you think about Lorena’s comments? Comment below and share your thoughts with us and then be sure to tune in Sunday for a brand new episode of America’s Next Great Restaurant on NBC!

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