I get lunch from the Chinese takeaway in the food court of our building. Lately, I have moved to a 70% protein 30% carb diet, so I do not want rice or noodles with my takeaway. I usually have some chicken and vegetables or beef and vegetables. What I don't like is getting charged an extra $1 for not wanting rice or noodles, I am paying for the privilege of not wanting something. Just wondering if this is legal under Australian Consumer Law?