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Restaurant Anxiety

Restaurants that post their menus online are amazing.

I can’t be the only person that gets super anxious when trying to order food from a place I’m not familiar with. It doesn’t matter if it’s a sit-down place or a fast-food place. Fast-food menus are intimidating–especially if they’re digital and the visual changes every 10 seconds. Substituting sides and various other combo options, whether I want a hot drink or a cold one and whether or not that’s included in the “combo” option or I’m going to have to pay more; does the rice/noodles count as one of the 2 items (I’ve been to places that do it different each time!); their drinks and/or dessert menu is super long and I wish I had time to go through the whole list before deciding on what I want; do they do half-orders if I want to try two different items, is it better value to get the half-order; what’s the restaurant known for, will I regret it if I get their signature burger instead of the chicken burger?

Places that post their menus online so that I can scroll through to decide what I want to eat and how much it’d cost would be nice. As a student, cost is important–any meal over $10 (before taxes and tips are factored in) better be worth it. I want to eat a bowl of non-instant noodles from a sit-down Asian restaurant; but if it’s going to cost $12+ I’d totally reconsider my choice. If all it comes with is a couple of seasonal/frozen veggies on top of the noodles in soup then that’s not worth $12 and I’ll either not go to that restaurant or order something that gives me more value for my money.

Some fast-food restaurants and ice-cream shops have 50+ different flavors. There’s the option to mix and match, but 50+ options is a lot and I need time to go through the list, figure out what I like and what goes well together before I decide what I want to order (e.g. I like cherry flavored things and I like coffee flavored things…I don’t know if a cherry-coffee milkshake would be good though).  

The kids version of this (before the kids can read the menus) would be not realizing that at a self-serve soft-drink machine mixing fruitopia with sprite is delightful. Being given time to process the choices and find what one likes is amazing. Restaurants that post their menus online, or patrons that go ahead and post the menus online as well as throw in recommendations for menu items are truly under appreciated.


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Fancy Breakfast with @stefaniewhat at Franze & Evans Kyoto. I had the most expensive and fanciest French toast ever - and it was REALLY good. If you go, I do recommend shelling out the extra money for bacon, because I think it’d be a little too sweet without.

Overall, the place is pricey, but I’m excited to go back and try their cakes. I might have to go once a week or so til I’ve worked my way through all of them - their display is BEAUTIFUL.