Take out from torero

One of the underappreciated yet significant marks of a caring restaurant includes how they package takeout food. The new restaurant called Torrero in the Italian market packages their take out in aluminum tins, and these croquetas in Styrofoam. Instead of putting the very hot fried morsels onto Styrofoam to let them burn it and thereby you eat it, Torrero instead places two banana leaves to make sure there is no direct contact. And the aluminum tins are thoughtful too, as normal take out plastic containers seep into your food, and simply taste worse, not to mention potentially unhealthy.

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