Photo courtesy of Joakim Fannick.
Menu found in China.
I prefer fungus
Mint shaped of course
Hmmm, salmonella and legionella with cheese! Delicious.
Compliments to the chef- um, cheese, I mean.
– Waiter! There’s food in my Anthrax!
It’s a very cultured dish.
The chef is a real fun guy.
So in China there’s nothing like a big bowl of baked bacteria with a side of fragrant soil to make you sick and touchable?
Cheese makes everything better.
And for dessert, chocolate covered assorted viruses.
I’m just glad they didn’t abbreviate “assorted.”
I love baked Brie coli.
What is the only thing worse than a mecium?
I hope they have Streptococcus! That’s my favorite.
As I said last time, a bacterium is a camel with two humps
I always thought that bacteria is the rear entrance to the cafeteria.
Now I’m sick of cheese …
“Today’s special is the Chef’s Surprise.”
“Why is it called Chef’s Surprise?”
“Because it’s a surprise that the chef was able to drag himself to work with double pneumonia!”
Served in a bowel, of course.
@Marum: How about Andromedary, the intergalactic camel?
Cheese and sneeze.
Need a T-shirt for the food:
Eat me I’m sick
Life is like a box of bacteria, you never know what you’re gonna catch.
For dessert – a Jello mold.
When the waiter brings this, do I say, “Thank you” or “gesundheit?”
The cheese disease?
@Pee Bee. The Gesundheit, is the highest mountain in Austria.
A bowel of e-coli baked with paramecium cheese, please.
Sir our flue of the day is a one day stomache virus sure to you up all night.
Nothing goes to waste in China.
Wait a second … is that real cheese?
I’ll only eat this if it is mozzarella-baked bacteria.
we only choose finest of bacteria!
Such wonderful hospitality at this restaurant…as the chef says, “microbes are your crobes”.