Thursday, April 27, 2017

Budget pasta

Budget food so it is served in a cardboard box with a plastic fork for dined-in customers. All to be thrown away after they have been used. Guess this will be my only time eating here. 

Pasta of the Day (chicken) - MYR5 nett only (on offer - normal price is MYR6 nett). Although this is better than this waste of stomach space but I would rather pay more for better pasta or spend my MYR5 on fast food like McD cheese burger than eat this budget pasta again.

The bill for 4 of us. One of us add on more mushroom at a price of MYR2 nett.

18 comments:

  1. Imagine how much waste they produced each day. Sigh.

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    1. ya lor. so much waste, especially the plastic fork.

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  2. Can't really spot the chicken in the pasta from the photo

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  3. I guess they save on water, no need to wash after use and reuse, no problem with chipped crockery and everything.

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  4. I've been curious about this place because of the low price tag. Guess no point trying.

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    1. if you don't mind disposible utensils and ok ok taste then you can still try.

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  5. pasta in a paper box? I m still ok with Pizza Hut pasta in aluminium foil container (where u can reheat). But paper box is no no for me, although RM5 is somewhat cheaper than ordering mee goreng....

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    1. not soft paper but thicker paper that can be considered as thin cardboard.

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  6. That does not look very appetizing :(

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    1. portion also is not enough for you.

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  7. Using all these disposable box and fork is not helping the environment at all.

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  8. If I become a tycoon someday, I will embark into recyling and tapping the solar energy in bigger ways like how Jimmy Carter has just launched at his hometown Plains in Georgia last week.

    I am pleased to see many places using waxed paper boxes for takeaways now. They should buy the recyclable forks & spoons from India which are made from paper mache!! So clever!

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    1. paper is more environment friendly than plastic definitely.

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