Alright, I understand the tallow toast (buttered toast basically) and even the earthnut toast (peanut butter toast), but the cheese ham stew toast and France toast?
Two signs in Korea, submitted by Amber W.
It took way too long to figure out what was being said in the first picture. As it turns out, and only because the picture was immensely helpful, they are asking that for your own safety, to remove the colored picks that hold the burger together before you eat the food. Wow. Luckily there’s a great concession trailer near where I work that has awesome burgers.
As for the froral shop? That is just sad. Does anyone ever tell people that their signs are misspelled?
Honestly, how could you tell the server what you wanted when you really can’t tell what it is that they have? And personally, I would stay away from anything that says it has burning carbon or halogen in the title.
Well, I appreciate that they’re trying to be clever, and they made a good effort, but evidence of intelligence should never be substituted for cuteness.
Another amusing and odd way to describe a dish on the menu mentioned in the previous menu. I really have no idea what is in this dish except for gooseneck, and that isn’t very reassuring.
My personal favorite this time around is the “Salt burn salmon empty skull.” It has such an unappetizing ring to it, and yet it’s probably not half bad in real life. What I’ve been amazed at through these past three posts is that as bizarre as the menu looks, everything seems to be spelled correctly.