I’ll give you three guesses…
Photo courtesy of J. Hulst.
Found at Osaka airport restaurant.
Flash in the pan
Its hot also
Burn, nearby, burn!
WARNING: Coming soon!
My mother used to make proximity combustion noodles.
– Waiter! Where is my noodle extinguisher?
Ah, the acrid smell of success.
Burnt and Nearby – Fukushima Teriyaki Noodle
My phone translates one of the titles as “Japan-style fried noodles,” but another one as “temperature cat magazine.”
100 % Natural. Our food contains no GPS.
In other words, you know you aren’t going outside of security again to find better.
Nearness can be altered upon request.
“I love the smell of burnt in the morning, It smells like…… breakfast”.
Or so we surmise from the sprinklers activating.
Please hold your breath.
Noodles and Fire Company #15.
Oh no, Miyaki ! It’s lunch time again !
– What is yellow, burned and doesn’t scratch at the window?
– Nearby noodles.
Warning: Noodles in mirror are closer than they appear.
Is what a Japanese man yells, when he spills a plate of red-hot noodles over his nuts.
Breakfast served, room lit by light of burning noodles, morning sun rises.
The noodles smoked in the red hot wok,
While Tomo sama had a quick knock,
For his lady at dawn was too much fun,
As a they both came up with the sun,
And the noodles burned in the red hot wok.
Liar, liar, noodles on fire!
Not only did the noodles burn, the water they were boiled in did too. That’s how bad the cook is!
Hangover Helper — It’s burnt and nearby. Good enough.
Still, a better option than delicious but far away.
Looks like it’s time to haul ash, then.
Where there’s smoke, there’s noodles.
We love rubbing your nose in your lack of choice.
Want boogers with that, Sir?
Good old autotranslate.
Yakisoba -> ‘yaki’ = ‘burnt ‘(kinda), ‘soba’ = ‘nearby’ if you pick the wrong ‘soba’ instead of the noodle ‘soba’.
That’s also some pretty sad looking yakisoba.
Oh that’s what the smell out my window has been. I wish it was a little less nearby.
It has not paid the English translator a decent wage
…must use extra long chopsticks …
If you buy that option you must embark on a clue based scavenger hunt around town. The noodles will be presented upon arival at the proper lication!
Our delicious soup will make you forget Owen and Beru.
Okay…. OH NO ME YAKI IS BURNT! At least it is nearby.
Is it bigger than a bread box?
Wow. That top dish is yakisoba, but “soba” can mean “nearby” in Japanese (unrelated to the meaning of “noodles”). That’s a fantastic mistake.