Photo courtesy of Anand.
Menu from Chinese restaurant in Mongolia.
This gives you an extra spicy jolt because it is still plugged in to the socket.
With or without halogen sauce?
Its electric thats why
Comes with flesh flies
The bright spot on the menu reflects that
Must be the hat
useful to eat this before someone puts a camera down into the stomach. It makes it easier to see what’s down there.
I just wanted a light snack.
I’ll have the shrimp lampura.
It’s watt you want.
It’s flash fried.
It’s the current special.
Served with candled yams.
It comes with ‘Do me lamp’ switch
Not the brightest dish on the menu
Can it plug and play?
This chef has some bright ideas.
“Let the midnight special, shine the light on me!”
– Is this meat lamp, chicken lamp or beef lamp?
– It’s a table lamp, Sir.
Mmm…I love lamp.
– Waiter, this lamp is not fried. It works just fine!
Sorry I have to count my watts…
For extra spice, try the lava lamp.
Motto: The restaurant where the chefs have a creative outlet.
Warning: May contain traces of Djinn.
The perfect match for the Fresh Steamed Crap
(Homer Simpson voice) Mmmm… photons.
It’s very filament.
Order the CFL if you like curly fries.
Silence of the lamps, please
@Biff the Understudy: I’d like to hear a plant say that.
I’ll take the lamp chop and a side order of german-type sexual harrassment with some non-homo milk to drink. I’m on a diet.
Mongolian says “lamb rib roast.” That sounds less shady.
The meal to enlightment
Ikea’s newest concept?
Incandescently delicious! It’ll leave you with a wonderful glow.
Why is the first language on a Mongolian menu Korean?