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Cardboard Box Restaurant Opens In Taiwan
A Cardboard Box Restaurant has recently opened in Taiwan and everything except the food Is made from cardboard. Well, almost everything.
Located inside the Carton King Creativity Park, in Taichung City, Taiwan, the Carton Restaurant has opened and offers its customers a unique theme. All the furnishings, decorations and even the plates are made from corrugated cardboard.
Unless you’ve actually been to Taichung, I assure you haven’t seen anything like this cardboard box restaurant before. Except for the food, the waiters and some cutlery, everything inside this place is made from cardboard and paper. It seems almost impossible, but you actually sit on cardboard chairs, sip drinks from cardboard cans, and eat your food out of cardboard bowls at a cardboard table.
The food is pretty average, according to the reviews I’ve read, a bit on the pricey side, but that’s to be expected considering the amazing venue it’s served in. What’s great about this place is the recycling potential. In case anything breaks or becomes damaged, it’s simply recycled. That was actually the point of the whole Carton King Creativity Park, to show the real power of paper and cardboard, and convince people it can be used for a lot more than generic packaging.
And just in case you’re afraid those carton chairs are to frail for your Rubensian physique, here’s what Xue Sheng-yi, deputy general manager of Chin Tang Paperware, has to say about that: ”People often wonder if the tables or chairs are going to fall apart. We bring out our chef, who weighs more than 100 kilograms, to sit on a chair. Then one of the waiters sits on his lap. After that, there aren’t any more questions about how strong they are.”
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