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April 5, 2008 at 2:26 am #586690
They gave me a plastic tupperware-like container for my leftovers. Tough enough to not melt in the dishwasher. Hooray for reusability.April 5, 2008 at 4:01 am #621578
That’s terrific manuelw!!! We just tried that restuarant tonight for the first time and boy is it good! We brought our own tupperware expecting leftovers and not wanting to bring home styrofoam but it was so good we didn’t have anything leftover! Did they charge you a bit extra for the durable plastic leftover container?April 5, 2008 at 4:34 am #621579
I don’t recall seeing an extra charge. BYO tupperware, good idea. That’s extreme hippy-ism :)April 5, 2008 at 4:47 am #621580
I think bringing your own doggy bag is an excellent idea…I’ll remember that from now on…wherever I go :) (yes, a child of the 60’s – lol)April 5, 2008 at 4:59 pm #621581
I must have been hippy-ing it up in my mother’s womb ’cause I’m just not old enough to be a true hippy. I’ll have to just be a generation X-Y-Z hippy! Yeah, just hate those styrofoam containers but with how good the restaurants are here in W. Seattle, not sure how many leftovers we’ll be bringing home!!!!
I’ve heard stories of people bringing their own doggy bags and others around them looking at them like they’re crazy and then to see those people bringning their own next time! I hope it sends a message to the restaurants and also maybe (doubt it) lower costs to us by not having to pay for doggy bags!
Great, now I’m hungry and want to go out and eat, look what we’ve done! :-)April 7, 2008 at 2:45 am #621582
I had leftovers from lunch last Wednesday at Buddha Ruksa and they gave me a styrofoam container for my pad thai. I think it depends on the dish b/c whenever I order red curry to go, it comes in a plastic container that can easily be reused. I’d be more impressed with people who use their own travel mug when getting coffee…always try to have one handy to cut down on garbage.
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