People wait in line in this restaurant in groups of five.
When they reach the serving counter, the chef puts out five meals. Cards with large clear type explain what is offered.
The person with an "A" ticket ($15) gets to pick first.
The person with an "A" ticket ($15) also gets to pick first
from the next seating, if they don't like any of the five offered.
The person with an "B" ticket ($13) gets to pick next.
The person with an "C" ticket ($9) gets to pick next.
The person with an "D" ticket ($5) gets to pick next.
The person with an "E" ticket ($3) gets what is left.
They all get drinks and find seats. The next five step up to the window.
Menu is subject to continuous change based on the cooks choice and what foods are available in the market.
A. Such a restaurant would usually be a surprise for the patrons. For the diner who gets bored easily.
B. Very little food would be wasted because the menu could match the inventory, and the "e" ticket plate could contain pot scrapings, leftovers and mistakes.
"Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what your gonna get." I want to shout "Chocolate, fool! Your gonna get chocolate!"