Boston Restaurant Talk reports Rangzen Tibetan Place in Central Square in Cambridge has closed after 25 years.
I appreciated their philosophy on animal welfare and reason for serving beef only. The reasoning was that the amount of suffering and pain a cow feels is equal to the pain and suffering any other animal feels. But a cow can feed many more people than a rabbit. So there is less pain and suffering in the world when a cow is the meal.
I used to really impress business guests by taking them to the lunch buffet. Food was delicious and it felt like a hidden gem.
My favorite buffet in the area. Unfortunate news.
Another step towards an ideal, spherical, frictionless capitalist economy. Soon, that space will be filled by something much more efficient, like an ATM.
Such a great restaurant and amazing owners. I wish them well.
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