|Muvbox kitchen, pizza oven and standing area|
|Certification and licences for the shipping container|
As I walked around the container and checked out the government certification on the metal container, my husband ran into our friend Francois, who was having lunch with some colleagues. When I asked him about his lobster roll, I got a one word answer, "Bof!" Not what I call a ringing endorsement. I went to place our order, and was stunned to find that the lobster rolls cost $9.00 each. If you order two, add a can of Coke, the tax and a tip, you have a bill for an astounding $25.00, for two very average lobster rolls.
I assumed that if I chose to eat food prepared in a refurbished solar-powered shipping container, which does not require a building permit, that overhead costs would be low and, thus, food would be relatively inexpensive. I also erroneously believed that with Mr. Noiseux's extensive background in running high-quality restaurants the food would be good. I don't think I would have minded the price so much if the food had been better.
We can only assume that we were paying for the design...which is worth a look! You just might want to eat before you go.
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