As an entrepreneur, Chris Kyle is always searching for ways to help his fellow small business owners.
Chris considers himself fortunate that his job allows him to spend a lot of time at home with his daughter Ava, allowing him to be fully there at each stage of her life. When his wife bought Ava a toy kitchen set, he was apprehensive, but she loves it and has turned into a “little business owner” in her own living room!
“When my wife made the purchase, I was hesitant about spending a few hundred dollars on it,” Chris explained. “It has been worth every penny. Ava is the star of her own little world when she is ready to play.”
Chris recently paid a visit to his daughter’s at-home restaurant and shared his candid and hilarious “review” on Instagram. “So for lunch today, I tried to support another Black Owned Business,” he added. “The restaurant is named Ava’s Kitchen, and it just debuted at the end of April.” It’s a spotless establishment, but let me tell you about the proprietor.”
“First off, I asked why there are balloons on my chair, and it’s not my birthday? She talm’bout, mind yah business; those are Mommy’s.”
Chris, on the other hand, did not stop there. He felt the service at Ava’s Kitchen was not up to the Zagat standard, in addition to the dubious use of balloons as decor.
“I’ve been waiting 45 minutes for my order to be completed, and I’m the only customer here.” “At first, she was making terrific progress, but then she took a 20-minute break to watch Paw Patrol,” Chris wrote. “While the whole customer service could be improved, the cook is a sweetie, so I’ll give her another try.”
Gotta love a chef who pauses for a TV break! Chris and Ava are thrilled that their post went viral. “During these tough times, I’m glad to see our post shine bright in the lives of people around the world,” said the proud dad.