Monday, October 18, 2010

Smoked chicken buttock!

Bet you never even knew chickens had buttocks! The 'buttock' in question here is an inaccurate translation of 'batak,' which is a chicken (or any fowl) leg. If you don't like smoked chicken buttocks, you can perhaps order an Uno Burger with 'union' and mustard or a smoked 'ramsteak.' I've had lamb and mutton, but never 'ram'... :)

All joking aside, Grill Uno makes delicious hamburgers and grilled meat sandwiches, no matter what they're called, with all kinds of toppings, and they're open 24-7!

12 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Sounds like a perfect place for dinner tonight.

Mia said...

ha ha ha ha ha ! Good laugh !

Carraol said...

Hi Bibi, 2 USD for a fine chicken burger? Cheap, isn't?

Olivier said...

ce fast food, propose des burgers originaux, jamais goute non plus ;)

B SQUARED said...

Americans would never go for those names.

Jacob said...

I haven't had breakfast yet and looking at this post my stomach is grumbling about it! I'll probably leave the chicken buttocks till later, though.

Looks really yummy unless you're a vegetarian, which I'm not. Ramsteak, huh? In Colorado we ran into buffalo meat. Didn't try any, though. Maybe next time.

Have a great week!

Daryl said...

I am so glad I dont eat meat

Alexa said...

Good to know that you can get smoked meats at any hour of the day or night! Seriously, now that we've all had a good laugh, I think maybe B Squared has a point. Has anyone ever told them what their sign really says, I wonder.

Virginia said...

Glad you cleared that up! In Paris they had a salad that had been translated to have "dung goat cheese". Turned out to be turkey. I nicely as I could told the waiter what DUNG was en anglais. He couldn't believe it!
V

Bibi said...

Hello, readers! I was tempted to tell the owner about the mistakes, but in some way I felt sorry for this nice guy. His sign inside and out is painted,and not with little stick-on letters and I imagine he'd have to change the whole thing....maybe I will, though, when I get to know him better...a few more buttock sandwiches and maybe...

Juliette said...

Chicken buttock .... sounds great! When I order out for friends (during fast food moments), and they request "chicken chests," I always chuckle. They do it on purpose. The francophones love to "rib" the anglos here (in Quebec).

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee...
They must have used the same printer that does the menus for Chinese restaurants...