A bit on the grainy side…

A bit on the grainy side…

posted on 12 Jul 2009 in Signs

 

Photo courtesy of Aaron Meyer. 
Restaurant found in Tokyo, Japan.  

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Jay
Jay
11 years ago

Fried in 100% pure canola soil.

DieselDragon
11 years ago

…Witches not allowed.

DieselDragon
11 years ago

Just when I was thinking that only french fries could give me a mouth as dry as that… 😮

(Oh, and add “In this resturant” to my above one – I meant to, but I’m too tired again. C’mon Engrish.com…Do the edit function! 😀 )

DieselDragon
11 years ago

You think that’s bad? Wait until you see how much they charge for the drinks in this place! 😮

DieselDragon
11 years ago

The diet counter in a pro-Atkins resturant. 😉

John Tranbo
John Tranbo
11 years ago

McDonald’s “International” menu for American troops in Iraq

Jazzy
Jazzy
11 years ago

Where “desert” is “dessert.”

Ishkfe
Ishkfe
11 years ago

If you want a drink, you need to go to the Hot Dog & Oasis, next door.

Yogesh Damle
11 years ago

The next morning, you give glass shards. Silicrap!

TJ
TJ
11 years ago

I have absolutely no idea what they actually meant to say.

TJ
TJ
11 years ago

When they said “whole grains”, I thought they were talking about the bread.

Firebert
Firebert
11 years ago

Now for a taste of true grit.

ShadowClone
ShadowClone
11 years ago

But I wanted cold sand with my burgers plus a desert…

Xila
Xila
11 years ago

“Waiter, what’s this fly doing in my sand?”
“Digging for oil.”

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
11 years ago

The hot sand is used for cooking the hot dogs.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
11 years ago

You find hot chickens at the Hot Sand

Josey
Josey
11 years ago

“Sand” is Japanese slang for sandwich… still pretty amusing.

Grifter
Grifter
11 years ago

Be sure to ask for the Sahara Special

Bill S.
Bill S.
11 years ago

White (Sand) Castle?

Adelaide
Adelaide
11 years ago

An American’s dream come true!

g.r.
g.r.
11 years ago

The Hot Sand goes best with “Pure Ground” coffee.

Alex
Alex
11 years ago

I think that the recent budget cuts really reduce the quality of the food here.

willz
willz
11 years ago

Todays special: 6 oz. top soil with garlic cactus, and a side of dune salad. Top it off with some oasis cooler.

tekleader
tekleader
11 years ago

What a barbeque in hell is like. And there’s no beer. And there are raisins in the cole slaw. And the potato salad is german potato salad.

Dav
Dav
11 years ago

There’s an excellent “Chinese Sand” shop in Sapporo, loved to eat there. The name always cracked me up though.

Alex
Alex
11 years ago

“Do you want sand with that?”

Marc
Marc
11 years ago

Get it while it’s hot

Pablo
Pablo
11 years ago

Where “eat my dust” gets a whole new meaning

Pete
Pete
11 years ago

Oh those gems of Japanized English.

My wife’s Japanese and she says “Sandoh” (Sand) for “Sandwich” alla time.

Lanz16
11 years ago

Its so crunchy and tasty too, tastes like soil… honest! ahahaha!!!

Phil
Phil
10 years ago

they pronounce sandwich “sand” instead of saying the whole word

pijo
pijo
8 years ago

hot sand will turn into glass

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

– A sand, please.
– Witch, Sir?

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