Another trip to Sushi Train

We visited our fave sushi place again this week. I like being a regular at places. Sebastian is now big enough for the big kid booster seat rather than the bebePOD or high chair. He sat next to Mama and clearly enjoyed the freedom to turn and move his legs.

Avocado roll (avocado wrapped in rice & nori)Laughing between sushi bites

As promised, Sebastian had a few bites of raw salmon. He went back for more but his initial reaction was this face:

Raw salmon face

Chicken katsuYummy gyoza

He also ate chicken katsu and gyoza. He is getting a lot neater in the way he eats. The first time we ate at this particular restaurant the floor was covered and I was always crawling underneath the table after meals to tidy up as much as I could. This trip almost nothing ended up on the ground.

Sushi boat restaurants (where you grab plates from a circular belt) are perfect for BLW. There is no having to entertain Baby while you wait for food and the portions are both small and shareable. If a food is a no-go you are only out a couple bucks and it is easy to introduce new foods risk-free. For picky older kids, there are also often fruit and dessert plates.

Janine @ Alternative Housewife (27 Posts)

Janine resides in Portland with her small family. Sebastian arrived in September 2010 and enjoys Mama's "milkies", carrots and pears. Janine loves all things hot and spicy. When not eating, they like to spend their time Jumperoo-ing and thrift shopping, respectively. UPDATE: Now pregnant with Baby #2, due May 2013. Can't wait to start BLW all over again!


One Response to Another trip to Sushi Train
  1. [...] take him out into the big bad culinary world and experience a restaurant setting.  I have loved Sebastian’s pictures on this blog of him eating Sushi during his visits to Sushi Train so as massive lovers of Yo! Sushi [...]

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