September 26, 2006

H & H

While I continue to struggle to get back into a reasonable schedule of posting stuff here, here are two separate notings from restaurant menus. Which restaurants where?

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A few words: The verry difficult fine art of cooking tasty and nourishing food was developed and perfected under the patronage of Emperors and Empresses. ...

Our forefathers enjoyed the prestigious employment in the royal kitchen. The end of this prestigious calling came with the end of Mughal dynasty during the last Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar.

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CHINESH RICE
NOODLESS (Veg, Mix Veg Hong & Hong, Sezwan)
Hong & Hong Fried Rice, Noodless

CHINESA GRAVY
Chilli Gopy Gravey

ANY ORDER: WE TAKE WILL BE GIOVEN 20 MINUTES.

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Hint for the second: I asked the waiter, what is "Hong & Hong Fried Rice"? He said: "Hong Kong Fried Rice, saar!"

4 comments:

harry said...

Don't have the answer to your quiz, but hope you steered clear of the 'Chilli Gopey Gravy' - it's sounds like the bile of Satan

Truman said...

Talking about restaurants, I once saw a place in Lucknow. On the gate was written:

"If you don't eat, we both starve"

:)

km said...

I am guessing it is NOT the Leela Kempinski...

Sidhusaaheb said...

India shining!