Makino Chaya offers takeout bento
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Makino Chaya, the Asian buffet in Pearlridge, has begun making daily bento lunches for takeout. More than a dozen different items are offered in segmented plastic tray — teriyaki 'ahi to pork shumai — with vegetable nishime, pasta salad and Tamanishiki premium rice. The menu changes weekly.
The bento sell for $5.50 and orders are taken in advance at 486-5100. Bento sales are from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays. Hurry, though — they can make only 100 a day.
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