Tuesday, September 8, 2009

A menu you don't have to touch.

With a menu that changes daily according to freshly available produce, lovely Paris neighborhood bistro Oscar, out of practicality, doesn't have a printed menu. Their specials of the day are hand written on large chalkboards. The best part? The waiters bring the menu around to your table and set it on a chair so you can easily read it. You never have to touch it -- unlike regular menus who very likely have been perused by someone along the patron chain who didn't do what their mommy taught them to do before eating. If only all restaurants did this I could fire my menu handler. Hit.

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