Just out of curiosity, what's it like when you go get Chinese take out in America? Is it really like you you see in all those movies? With the little white boxes? And the chop sticks? You see that on Seinfeld too.
You see Kramer with the pods... It's hilarious.
This thread is probably gonna be considered lame by plenty of people, but I'm genuinely curious about this thing.
Out here in The Netherlands, when you go get Chinese food, you get these pretty big white plastic boxes in a rectangular shape. One with the main dish, and then one with rice or something like that.
I guess the most popular/well known dishes out here in The Netherlands are 'Babi Pangang', 'Foe Yong Hai' and 'Tjap Tjoi'.
'Babi Pangang' is pork with this sweet and sour sauce over it. It's pretty cool.
Then you've got 'Foe Yong Hai'. This is basically some kind of omelet.
And finally, you've got 'Tjap Tjoi'. This is all kinds of vegetables put together. Like paprika's and carrots and stuff. And then there is some pork in there too.
That's what Chinese food is like in The Netherlands.