Lotus Restaurant featured in Marin IJ
Lotus Cuisine of India was featured in a blog at Marin Independent Journal for our commitment on going green with the use of Tiffin Lunchbox for take-outs.
Marin IJ food writer Leanne Battele features Lotus for going green with tiffins. Tiffins can be used for take out, leftovers, and your own snacks or lunches.
“With an eye toward running his restaurant in as green a manner as possible, Surinder Sroa, owner of the Lotus Family of Restaurant, is introducing a better way to do take-out at Lotus Cuisine of India in San Rafael. He has purchased a full stock of tiffins — round, stainless steel lunchboxes made of stacked and sealed compartments. These are filled with a choice of home-style Indian dishes and can be returned to the restaurant and swapped.
‘It’s resourceful and cost effective and doesn’t ruin the planet or go to landfill,’ Sroa says. Purchase a two-tiered ($11.95), three-tiered ($14.95) or four-tiered ($19.95) tiffin depending on how many will be served and on your next visit, exchange it with a freshly cleaned and filled box. If you bring your own, get 10 percent off.”
Read the full article here.
It is our commitment to transport you from familiar local tastes to wholesome and varied traditions of modern Indian cuisine while keeping it healthy and green. One of the most visible commitment comes in the form of our convenient tiffin lunchbox.