Mum shares daughter's incredible four-course lunch she gets served at school in Paris
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We've all had some pretty grim school lunches in our time, from greasy food to tiny portion sizes.
But the kids in Pairs are loving life, and are treated to some proper fine dining inbetween lessons.
Apparently her kid gets a four course lunch every day in her school in Paris.
"I feel so lucky to live in a country that puts such value on making sure all kids have access to healthy food," Isabelle says in the video.
She goes on to reveals her daughter is served a starter, a main dish, a cheese dish and a dessert every day, and is also given real plates and cutlery to eat it all with.
"They have real glasses with water in them, real forks, knives. It's like a little kids restaurant in Paris," she continued. "And 80 percent of the food is organic."
She then ran through the entire menu, which honestly sounds delish.
"On Monday they start with a salad of hearts of palm, tomato, croutons and vinaigrette,'"she said.
She continued: "And they're having fish with a side of potatoes, [then] an organic camembert and a lemon sorbet for dessert."
Another example she ran through was Friday's menu.
"They're having butternut and cheese on toast, a choice of mussels or eggs, served with fries and then they have a raspberry tart for dessert," Isabelle concluded.
People were highly impressed with the restaurant-style quality of the menu.
"Yummm I wish lunches in the UK were like this in our canteen it's mostly just fried food and burgers, there's one salad option," one follower commented.
"Not gonna lie, I'm so jealous of these kids!" another agreed.
"I'm a teacher and US cafeteria food is just (puke emoji)," a third laughed.
"That menu is unreal. I don't think many American kids would eat 1/2 of that food. Start them young with a variety," another advised.
Isabelle is an American expat who shares her daughter with her Parisian husband.
She often makes TikTok extolling the health benefits of a French diet, sharing delicious looking recipes and healthy snack ideas, too.
Now, who's hungry?