When in Rome... check out the kids menu! On The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast members' trip to the Italian city, the group enjoyed incredible meals that included pizza, pasta, and plenty of wine. However, when Erika Girardi went to order lunch before heading to the group's last dinner of the vacation, her choice was nothing short of iconic.
On the show's August 12 episode, Denise Richards noted that she was especially hungry as she, Erika, Garcelle Beauvais, and Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave waited for Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna and Sutton Stracke to arrive. While Teddi noted she ate a late lunch, Erika declared with her signature cool delivery: "I ate a ham and cheese sandwich."
When Garcelle asked where she got the sandwich, Erika nonchalantly explained: "Kids menu at the hotel." As the ladies erupted in laughter, Erika elaborated, "I love a kids menu."
While Erika certainly enjoyed the sandwich at the hotel, during the group's dinner she was especially excited about one particular item on their table, noting, "I haven't had a good artichoke like this since the last time I was here, honey."
The "kids menu" moment certainly provided a laugh amid the group's otherwise dramatic trip, and it was far from Erika's first notable meal choice on a Housewives vacation. During the ladies' camping trip last season, she turned an awkward breakfast into a hilarious memory when she covered a pumpkin pie in whipped cream and ate it straight from the tin. "Who doesn't love pumpkin pie for breakfast?" she said. "That's the breakfast of champions, OK?"
We couldn't agree more.
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