I went in. It's a novel idea, but I fear they will close quickly if they don't lower prices and offer accompaniments such as cookware, cutlery, chopping boards, etc. On the first, it seems to me, as an example, (and maybe I read the pricing wrong) they are charging $30 for all of the ingredients to make a shrimp curry dish. Now, I'm coming home from work and as much as I appreciate the portioned ingredients, why shouldn't I just not go to Mr. Wonton and pick up their shrimp curry for $14.00? Granted, Mr. W's won't have cilantro, or probably be as tasty, however, it's not that bad. I do like the people who run the operation, but IMO, they need to offer more and at reasonable prices. They should certainly have ready-to-eat examples/tastings of the recipes they're pushing.
"Clamato! Straight Up! No chasah!