The other day Zoe and her friend Samantha were playing restaurant and I was invited to dine at their establishment, China Dina.
I entered and was immediately seated at a low, but cozy table for two which had no chairs, but instead a pillows for seating. My place setting consisted of paper folded napkins and a piece of paper plate. Table decorations were kitschy cool including a lava lamp drawing and a bottle of some kind of purple "goo."
Each menu was hand-crafted (mine is pictured to the left) and featured an amazing array of dining options.
With all those choices, I didn't know what to order, but I ultimately decided on Wheat Thins and Lobster with Water followed by Candy for dessert.
I cannot remember being served a more interesting meal.