Dabbawalla on the wall

First, a nosy and irrelevant question: Did you, fearless reader, come here via Facebook? If so, via whom or what? I’ve been getting a lot of Facebook referrals lately, and they’re not from me, and I’m curious.

Moving on:

Dabbawalla is an Indian restaurant in downtown Summit.

A “dabbawalla,” the namesake of the place, is (from what I can tell) a person (in India) who delivers your lunch to your office for you, and returns the empty canister to your home at night, so you don’t have to carry it.

I have never been inside this restaurant, so I can’t comment on the food; I’m not much for eating out.

Here is what I do know:

This is not the front entrance.


4 Comments to “Dabbawalla”

  1. I really like this post! It was a little weird at first to not be looking at a church or mushroom or flower, but it’s written with your trademark style, is informative, and features a bright orange non sequitur of a wall. Nice.

    And of course, I didn’t get here from Facebook.

    • (a) I didn’t know I had a trademark style.
      (b) I am getting sick of churches and mushrooms and flowers. I’m trying to expand my horizons.

      Thank you. 🙂

  2. I DID find your blog through Facebook (actually, the “you know you’re from New Providence” website) and am really enjoying your take on life as well as nature. Keep up the good work!

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