We are in a massive office complex with loads of international (ok American) businesses. Our building is on a business park, some of it beautiful and finished and some a building site.
Lunch is in the basement. The lifts don't go to the basement so everyone is funnelled up/down a single staircase. In the basement most stuff happens via a cashless card system. One of those systems designed to reduce queuing (sic!) So you queue to recharge your card with money (and get given a paper receipt). Once charged you join another Q because there are only three automated menu machines where you can record your order.
I say record because going to the machine does not order anything. It deducts the money off your card and gives you TWO paper receipts. One receipt is for you - the other tells you which food counter to go to. You Q to hand it to the team at the food counter, they make up your tray and off you go. If your order was imaginative enough you may have to Q at several counters to get everything you wanted!
There are loads of interesting things to eat - I have no idea what most of them are, but what I've had so far has been great. There are lots of vegetarian dishes. I've been eating a few of those. I'm not vegetarian; I just enjoy them. I had a nice vegetarian biryani. Today a veg Thali. Generally they all rank as spicy enough to be interesting but not scary.
Everything is served a bit like school dinners. There is a tray divided into compartments. The food goes in the compartments and you get a spoon. I'm not sure I have seen any other cutlery down there.
Pizza and Chinese are an exception. Pizza is Dominos - it looks weird written in Hindi - Chinese isn't! Both of them take actual cash straight over the counter.
You can get a great lunch for under 100Rp's - about £1 UK