An Appropriate Mistake on a Local Menu

windupkitty
Submitted by windupkitty January 15th, 2011
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This is for real…It’s a local Thai eatery and a good friend caught this mistake a long time ago….Despite that, it remains as funny as the first time he found it…because we are four years old…….(the location of the restaurant has not been disclosed to protect the innocent and we’d hate to see the online menu changed!)

Noodles

Pad Thai
6.95
w/ prawns 7.95
Pan fried rice noodles with chicken, egg, bean sprouts, onion, fried tofu, and roast grounded peanut on the side.
Jun Pad Poo
6.95
Pan fried rice noodles with crap meat, onion, garlic and chili.
Pad See Ew
6.95
Choice of chicken, pork, or beef, thick noodles with egg, carrot and broccoli.
Pad Kee Mao
6.95
Choice of chicken, pork, or beef, thick noodles with egg, carrot, broccoli, chili, onion, and sweet basil.
Rard Na
6.95
w/ prawns 7.95
Choice of chicken, pork, beef and broccoli carrot over thick noodles, with gravy.
Chow Mein
6.95
w/ prawns 7.95
Pan fried egg noodles with chicken, pork, or beef, onion carrot broccoli and bean sprouts.
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6 Responses to “An Appropriate Mistake on a Local Menu”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I’m such a junk food junkie that I’m sure I’ve eaten crap meat for much of my life. What I love most of all about this is that they didn’t think the problem was big enough that they should make a whole new run of menus. I’m glad they didn’t because I can’t think of anything better to go with Jun Pad POO than crap meat.

  2. windupkitty

    windupkitty

    I’m lucky to be a vegetarian…I can honestly say that I’ve never eaten crap meat.but yes, being a junk food lover (who does not indulge junk food cravings on purpose unless it’s an emergency) I can say that I have eaten crap in other forms…Friday was grilled cheese and french fries…..hadn’t eaten something like that in months and months….it was divine!

    • windupkitty

      windupkitty

      ugh! tell me about it! I’m not strictly vegan as I do have an insane devotion to cheeses, but I have to know that they are coming form good places and don’t have rennet etc….A lot of restaurants don’t get that broths and cooking things with meat and then separating them isn’t ok! :) but I’m lucky to live in a place that has plenty of good veggie places…and liking to cook helps too! Im making vegan “chicken” pot pies today…they even convert the meat lovers I know :)