Photo courtesy of Jamie Matthews.
Restaurant In Shijiazhuang, China.
One order to “go”, please.
John, this is the place.
I suppose they’re flushed with success.
The place for oldman
First toilet I’ve seen with glass doors!
The only restaurant in China where you can get sh*t on a shingle.
Number 2, please.
Surprisingly enough this is not really Engrish. The restaurant really is called 厕所串串香 or “Toilet String Fragrance,” where the latter is the name of a famous Sichuan dish.
Apparently the restaurant got this nickname because it is situated next to a public toilet and people kept referring to it as such, and eventually they just adopted it as the official name.
Yep, I think I see some stools along the counter.
It’s famous amongst the Aussie expats, as: Dunny’s
Before you eat of our: “Japanese Puffer Fish Surprise” . We suggest you kiss your ar$3 goodbye.
When I went to Britain in 1999, the Harrod’s department store charged a pound to use their toilet. I didn’t go in though.
“Tastes like Sh*t, but you can live on it.”
Who ordered the pu pu platter?
@DrLex: Toilet string? Chinese toilets must be stranger than I can imagine!
Reminds me of the old piece of graffiti: “All turds over 10 lbs must be lowered by rope”.
@Long Tom | 8:36 am: At least they weren’t charging by the pound!
Please pass the toilet pepper.
This place is flushed with success.
Customer: May I have a toilet bowl of Sichuan Noodle please?
Server: Large, Medium, or small?
Customer: Whichever fits my arse!
Did Engrish get locked in the toilet lately?
How’d I wind up in the wrong place?
I was looking for that toilet bowl restaurant in Taiwan…
A toilet, um . . . spring roll, please!