6 Where Is This Meal Served?

Where Is This Meal Served?

Posted on July 29, 2012 by team

How do you think where such a nice meal can be served?

We are not going to keep you in suspense long.

You may have such a tasty meal at the Chernobyl nuclear plant. For this you just should be employed to build a new protective dome over the nuclear plant reactors.

One Japanese reporter had a chance to try the food and he was simply delighted – so tasty it seemed to be.

More than a fourth of a century has passed since the catastrophe of Chernobyl, today builders are working there in protective suits in hot weather and it’s really hard. But luckily they are served such a nice lunch in the best Ukrainian traditions.

The Japanese reporter said he’d never eaten the tastier borsch before…

He liked the granish including the rice very mush too. According to him it was like a symphony of delicate tastes that resembled the Japanese cuisine.

He also said that these pancakes were the most delicious he’d ever eaten!

The reporter told that would be happy to come back to this remote place to only eat the Ukrainian food again.

This ordinary plain Chernobyl canteen seemed to be better than many restaurants.

Nice start for the new life of the ghost city!

Location: Chernobyl, Ukraine

via muz4in.net


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6 Responses to “Where Is This Meal Served?”

  1. YJ says:

    Those workers will be needing it. since radiation and the psychological threat of radiation are very stressful.

  2. -Zlodey- says:

    Well, nothing special for me, I eaten this food in 1980`s and in modern times. Many russian cafeterias, even in some factories have made such food.
    BTW, this is not Ukraine-exclusive food. You may find it in Rostov-on-Don, for example. We like to cook Borsh here too.

  3. jeffrey pigden says:

    Is that the same tradition that gives a condemned convict a good last meal?

  4. Scootah says:

    What happened to the other half of that slice of bread?

  5. Razvan says:

    You have to come in Romania , here the food is delicious.
    We have a lot of things , you name it. Chernobyl ain’t got nothing on os , believe that!

  6. kirk says:

    I think the point of this post was that the tasty food was being served in a spotless canteen in the middle of one of the worst places on earth. not its availability in eastern europe.

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