Dinner tonight, gentlemen, is a thing of beauty. It comes in a small light wooden box tied with yellow bamboo. Inside, are eight slices of broiled freshwater eel on rice pillows, along with chilled lotus root, sake-braised yamagobo cut into the shape of a maple leaf (a hint of seasonality), mountain potato in ichiban-dashi, a slice of salt-grilled salmon, a single crisp snow pea sliced and fanned across a scallop. This is Rosanjin, the new Kyoto-style restaurant on SeamlessWeb. This is miles away from the crappy Italian and even crappier Chinese most of us eat night after night. Yes, I have to shell out a little of my own cash for it (the cheapest entrees are $23-26), but it's worth it. If you can't tell, I highly recommend the place.
So what cubicle cuisine do you guys like? I need some more variety.