I have the vaguest of notions of how much sushi I'm ordering for delivery. A few of these sashimi, a few deep-fried things, a double order of edamame, maybe some pan-fried gyoza, what? you don't have those, hmm, well maybe some avocado peanut rolls then. The price is always a shock because it never seems like a bunch of $5 items could add up to that much, but the real test for how horrible of a job I did when I ordered isn't whether we eat it all week or even if they put it in three delivery bags versus two: the measure of my over-ordering is how many sets of chopsticks they give us. I've never gotten less than three, usually it's four, but when they get into five territory I know that I've done something terrible.
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