Quarantine Games: What am I eating? (Round 4)

Behold: Two meals, stacked as if they were one.

Behold: Two meals, stacked as if they were one. Sarah Brumble

Though you’d be forgiven for losing track of time entirely, we at City Pages know today is Friday, which means we’re due for another installment of our downright titillating guessing game: "What am I eating?"

Previous weeks showcased the glory of Gorkha Palace, hearty goods from the Black Forest Inn, and a recent barbecue feast from Rooster’s

We’re back with a fourth round.  

Though we’ve changed it up by tossing that absolutely trash, totally unfinishable puzzle to the curb, trust that the game at hand remains the same.

Like always, we beg you to answer the following: “Who made this cornucopia of takeout splendor?” *Grandma Ginny’s tarnished silver dinner forks added for scale.

To review:

The feast has been photographed in its restaurant-provided containers. Please submit guesses as to which Twin Cities dining establishment provided such a blessed bounty, and/or ideas for what the dishes might be. Answers will be accepted via the comment section on this post, ye olde response tweet, Facebook comments, etc. 

Winners receive bragging rights, a deep sense of inner fulfillment, and a shoutout here as we reveal to readers the correct answer.

Stay quick. Stay grateful. Stay strong. …And we appreciate you playing!

UPDATE 4/24/20 1:33 p.m.: Reader Eric Korte has won this week's challenge with his correct guess of Harry Singh's Original Caribbean Restaurant! Singh's "open" signs might not be flashing in the windows of his Eat Street establishment, but rest assured the 74-year-old is in there, answering phones and cooking away each day from noon to 7 p.m. Above appear Singh's curried goat and stewed oxtails over red beans and rice. Maybe those aren't your bag? His full menu of devilishly hot dishes, plus the occasional bottle of handmade magmatic hot sauce, is available for takeout only, (duh). Call Singh at 612-729-6181. Food comes up fast.