We see lots of funny examples of Chinglish but we keep forgetting to take pictures of it, so this post will be a little shorter than I’d like, but it’s still funny nonetheless.
We saw this sign outside Grandmother’s Kitchen in Hangzhou. It is an upscale small chain restaurant that has a giant menu in both English and Chinese. It was like the Chinese equivilant of the Cheesecake Factory. The whole place had an upscale feel to it while not being overpriced or too fancy. That’s why, walking out of the door and running into this sign made us laugh.
Here is a brand of chips that they sell in the school store. To be honest, I’ve never eaten them but I’d be willing to try their ethnican taste sometime.(Although is this any worse then the ramen noodles in American that are “asian” flavored.)
And this one isn’t bad chinglish, it’s just bad naming. I have no interest in eating a brown turd colored food with a name like that!