This is a new eating ritual to welcome a new restaurant to its neighbourhood in Hong Kong. A lot of times, when people don't really remember the faces of their neighbours but they sure do remember seeing their laundry across the windows. I was inspired by this and used drying racks to "serve" the tortillas and lettuce leaves for the meal.
The meal is a do-it-yourself tortilla station, we created small surveys where guests can fill in and tell their neighbours whether they like their food drier, sauciers...etc. To encourage interaction between each guests, we invited them to fill in a 4 choice surveys on food preferences and afterwards they had to pass it their neighbour on the right side. Everyone ended up making tortillas for their neighbours according to their taste preferences. It was great seeing people going from strangers to feeding each other food and bonding at a big long dinner table.