Photo courtesy of Tim Steele.
Menu from a “Traditional English Pub” in Akihabara, Tokyo.
A lovely tossed salad made from lomaine rettuce, fried needles, disposable moose, and new Japan meat with Okashi on the side.
WAITER: Did it pleasure?
ME: Eating very occurred!
WAITER: *I hope tip is made* It is to finish?
ME: Check of me.
WAITER: Let’s come on my restaurant again time.
This salad tastes funny to me.
You know your website has made the big time when there’s a salad named after it. Congrats, Engrish.com!
The perfect salad to go with Steamed Crap.
Me: Excuse me waiter?
Waiter: Yes sir?
Me: Do you have a form where I can fill out smart @$$ comments and puns?
Waiter: Sorry sir, we’ve had a run of American tourists and we’re fresh out!
Comes with chiken on the side.
Now… when did “anchovy garlic pizza” became a snack?
Was it a “Barfout!” special or something?
The Rose Beer by any other name is still… Rose Beer.
Recursive Engrish is the best!
Only in Japan can you get Italian food at an English restaurant.
“Pass the Lanch!”
Latest Engrish.com merchandise spinoff revealed – Engrish salad. Buy now while crispiness lasts…
Shouldn’t that be sarad?
Thel’r arways be an Engrand,
Whire thele’s a countly rain…..
I remember that restaurant. Their “traditional” fish and chips were very small…
anchovy and garlic pizza—last week it said total ass-breath pizza in that same spot
Suntory Malt’s what?
WHAT DOES SUNTORY MALT HAVE???
Client: Anchovy & Garlic pizza? Are you sure that’s traditional?
Waiter: Ah yes… The anchovy & garlic pizza… Introduced to Engrand by….. uh….. Paris!
Waitress (whispering): Do you think they’ll believe that?
Waiter (whispering): Of course! They’ll never even notice it’s from the pizza place down the road…
…in your side.
that’s why you keep england in England. it gets confusing.