36 The Engrish Menu

The Engrish Menu

Posted on October 1, 2007 by


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One guy has visited Sochi city recently, this is the city where the Olympic Games 2012 are planned to be held. In one of the restaurants. They have plenty things to eat, like rubber, at least a foreign visitors can think twice if he wants "Min. voter "Akva" in ass." (It's just a quote from this menu..)


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36 Responses to “The Engrish Menu”

  1. Borat says:

    In my country having ice cream in ass is favorite pastime.

    First! High Five!

  2. Jewish Prostitute Sarah Zaluppa says:

    This menu is fake. It was done by CIA to discredit Russia.

  3. renton says:

    Sweetmeat – great !!! Konfeti as I remember is a chocolate (small pieces)

    BTW Pink Floyd band has been once translated in russia as a “camanda pinka flojda” which means “The Band of Pink Floyd” (name and surname of the main … singer)

    • Dungeonbrownies says:

      your thinking of truffles or pralines r maybe even shavings, in French and west euro countries, Confette is meat braised in its own fat for hours until it’s preserved (seriously, so salty and fatty it preserves like ham and lasts for months after its done cooking)

      • Rastaputin says:

        Don’t try to write words you obviously don’t know: what you are describing is called “confit”. It’s mostly about fat, not salt, and it lasts for years.

  4. wackyruss says:

    Check this crazy menu we encountered in St. Petersburg:

    http://classroom.springisd.org/webs/cpes.campus/upload/russia_-_moscow_-_st._petersburg3_131.jpg

    “Moves entirely with sauce from cancers.”

    Yummmm! Sounds delicious!

  5. wackyruss says:

    Check out this menu we found in St. Petersburg:

    http://classroom.springisd.org/webs/cpes.campus/upload/russia_-_moscow_-_st._petersburg3_131.jpg

    “Moves entirely with sauce from cancers.”

    Sounds delicious!

  6. someone says:

    2014!

    But yeah, everyone knows how smart authors at this blog )

  7. Texas1 says:

    Thanks for that translation! :)

  8. oka says:

    oh my. these translations are fakes indeed.
    pall=пэл=пел=sang but with funny accent
    mall=мэл=мел=chalk with funny accent too
    for russian ear it would sound like seng chelk

    so… this is just a joke

  9. axel says:

    The Olympics in Sochi are in 2014 and not 2012.

  10. asd says:

    Another layer of fun, this time Russian:

    Pic. 1 pos. 16 says “mineral water “Rychal-Su””.

    In Russian:
    Rychal – did growl (рычал)
    Su – am peeing (ссу)

  11. Oles says:

    I’m already looking forward to hearing the announcements in English during those Olympics!

  12. Megapros says:

    photoshop

  13. faulx says:

    “Ass.” here means “assortment”. They tried to say that there are a range of Akva waters. Oh yes, they don’t know English well enough to see that there’s something wrong with their menu. Well, not everyone in the world know English well. It’s surprising, isn’t it?

    If you think it’s funny, try to translate your favorite menu to Russian using an English-Russian dictionary and post here. We’ll laugh together.

  14. Ugly American says:

    I’d like a #47 on Alizée, please.

  15. GSR says:

    I remember a few years ago at the Sochi Radisson they had a bad translation. There was a dish called ‘Nazi Goering’ that seemed a lot like Nasi Goring….

  16. Infidel753 says:

    Whenever you take ice cream in ass, be sure to use a Zhevatalinaya rubber.

  17. Eugene says:

    That is so funny!

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  20. Hansjörg says:

    This one was really funny. But one has to read the Russian originals to understand whats going on.

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