OPTIONS: At food courts, some peer at what others are eating, before locating stalls selling what they fancied. Some peer at the stalls’ official menus directly instead. Perhaps the first are more realistic, by looking at the actual dishes served? But are they not limiting their choices by being copycats? Perhaps the latter are more idealistic, by looking at all the options? But are they not forgetting that what featured might pale in contrast with what served? Why not do both? Look both ways. (Of course, vegan go straight to the stalls with vegan options, but there are still choices to be made there!) [Pic: Thunder Tree at basement of People’s Park Centre]