As much as it is important to support businesses in our communities, sometimes what they sell is not that appealing. With that being said, a guy took to social media to post a picture showing off his lunch for today. The guy mentioned that he bought the food from his local taxi rank. The food consisted of samp, diced carrots, cabbage, and meat.
There were mixed reactions to the comments. Some thought the food looked delicious, while others begged to differ. Some people felt that the food was overcooked. Others were saying it was too combined. There's a lot that people have had to say. See more reactions down below.
Opinion: I do not see anything wrong with the food, and the guy seems satisfied with the entire meal as it is.
Share your thoughts on the comment section. What do you think about the guy's food and people's reactions overall? Would you eat food from the taxi rank or not?
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