Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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World restaurant

Haggis with kimchi? We've got that.
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There should be a restaurant which will serve a zillion things, like how do I get chaashuumen in Connecticut or something.
juuitchan3, Mar 17 2002

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       Wow, how precise are you?
[ sctld ], Mar 17 2002
  

       have you got spam, spam, spam, spam, eggs and spam?
po, Mar 17 2002
  

       <Obligatory St. Patrick's Day Green Eggs and Spam post>
W-I-B-N-I i-f y-o-u c-o-u-l-d c-o-o-k i-t y-o-u-r-s-e-l-f
</Obligatory St. Patrick's Day Green Eggs and Spam post>
thumbwax, Mar 17 2002
  

       Thumbwax, being able to cook it yourself is not the only reason people go to restaurants. The point of a restaurant is that one does not HAVE to cook it one'self, or clean up afterward.
StarChaser, Mar 17 2002
  

       Oh, okay - We'll have foie gras, antipasta, Raccoon Stew with Basmati Rice, Emu, Spaghetti-o's, Rack of Lamb, Shishlik, tiramisu, cheesecake, freshly squeezed lemonade, a bottle of 1966 Chateau Muton-Rothschild and some Pickled Pigs Feet.
thumbwax, Mar 17 2002
  

       & custard
po, Mar 17 2002
  

       ... instead of hollandaise sauce on the welsh rarebit.
thumbwax, Mar 18 2002
  

       as far as I can see from elsewhere on the site, UnaBubba's house seems like the place to go for any exotic combination of foods you care to suggest. I doubt you would get the mundane things in there too though.
sappho, Mar 18 2002
  

       How many cooks do they need to hire? Or will the cook use recipes and fed-ex the ingredients from goumet shops around the globe?
lforest, Apr 30 2002
  
      
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