It would not be an exaggeration to say that Asian food is not just limited to Asia, it has found fans across the globe as well. Not only are people impressed by the wide variety of dishes the cuisine has to offer, but they are also willing to make the experience as authentic as possible. If you call yourself a fan of sushi, ramen and noodles, you have to own a pair of chopsticks too, don't you think? And, if you are thinking where can you find some sustainable and good-looking chopsticks, then look no further we have handpicked some of the best options out there.
4 Types Of Chopsticks You Can Buy:
1. Rack-Jack Chopsticks, Stainless Steel
These elegant chopsticks come in a stylish stain-less steel body with gorgeous floral print design. The set of 2 also has a round ring cut on the top of the sticks that helps make grabbing the food much easier.
2. IKTU Set of 5 Pairs Bamboo Wooden Designer Chopstick
These bamboo chopsticks not only come in beautiful floral motifs and stunning colours, they are also very durable and reusable. Made with excellent quality, non-toxic wood, these chopsticks are environment friendly and easy to maintain. They are easy to clean, do not absorb water and are dishwasher safe as well.
3. APSAMBR-1 Pair Chinese Disposable Bamboo Wooden Chopsticks
These chopsticks are ideal for picnic and camping. If you feel it is not the best idea to carry your expensive chopsticks to the picnic, you can just pack a pair of these disposable and pretty chopsticks, chomp on your favourite foods as and when you feel like and dispose it off.
4. RIANZ Set of 10 Pairs Designer Natural Round Bamboo Reusable Chopsticks
Why go for one or two, when you can get ten pairs in the same design? If you are planning a cookout and inviting friends over, give them these handful chopsticks and make your spread an elegant affair to remember.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.