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Kirstey
1st Dec 2006, 16:43
http://www.thepoloniumrestaurant.co.uk/

Wyler
1st Dec 2006, 23:20
Went to a Cafe in the Red light district of Copenhagen in the 90's. It was called the 'Spunk Bar'. Nice.....:yuk:

vapilot2004
2nd Dec 2006, 03:35
Had a local restaurant called "A Good Place to Eat" The name should have been preceeded by a "Not". :}

Phyllis Diller would often refer to a place called "The Hungry Eye" on her comedy bits.

flowman
2nd Dec 2006, 10:04
There is a Thai restaurant near my place calle Wang Kaew!
Maybe my pronunciation is wrong but it always makes me think of tossing in some noodles!:uhoh:

chuks
2nd Dec 2006, 10:24
That was a place called 'The Hungry I,' actually. 'I' for 'Intellect,' since it was a North Beach, San Francisco coffee house back when stand-up comedy was new.

Lon More
2nd Dec 2006, 11:59
Not an eatery, but saw a photo of an American hairdressers, "The Kut Hut".
But you have to speak Dutch to understand it

Two's in
2nd Dec 2006, 18:34
Place in Lanza-grotty called "El Colon" - really must learn Spanish.

SuperOwl
2nd Dec 2006, 21:04
Being in my hometown and having a topical name like that, I'm sure it will do well out of this recent story.

:O

flapstresser
2nd Dec 2006, 21:35
Some time ago I lived near a Chinese restaurant on the King's road Chelsea called "Ho Lee Fook" :ooh:

Craggenmore
2nd Dec 2006, 23:38
Some time ago I lived near a Chinese restaurant on the King's road Chelsea called "Ho Lee Fook"

Awesome - that's a mile from my house and I have been there many times. Its now called The Emperor.....

Im all home sick now....

Bus429
3rd Dec 2006, 14:01
Chinese restaurant in Helsinki called "The Ming Inn"

boris
3rd Dec 2006, 20:04
In Castle Donington villaage, there is/used to be a cafe/bistro called the "Far Call", owned by a certain ex-air stewardess. Apparently, the local planners would not approve the first choice of " A Pant in the Country".

click
3rd Dec 2006, 20:23
We stayed in the Privatel hotel in Espoo Finland when doing sims on the ATR. The restaurant was named 'hot cat'.....meow:}

Jinkster
3rd Dec 2006, 23:12
bugger - the restaurants in my hometown!!!!!!!!!

Atlas Shrugged
4th Dec 2006, 02:48
http://www.engrish.com/image/engrish/PumpkinPoo.jpg

No Further Requirements
4th Dec 2006, 02:58
We ate at a place in Vietnam called 'My Dung'. I believe it was in Nha Trang.

Tasty! :} (Actually the food was great, glad we went)

Cheers,

NFR.

G-CPTN
4th Dec 2006, 03:04
http://www.jdbshow.com/images/HowPhone.jpghttp://www.jdbshow.com/images/silly7.jpghttp://www.jdbshow.com/images/silly8.jpg

Kolibear
4th Dec 2006, 12:13
Many years ago, Mrs K ( actually she was Miss G at the time) & I had a holiday in Mallorca. We stayed in Pollensa but drove through Alcudia everyday. On one side of the road was an eaterie named 'Willyburger' and on the other side was its twin, aptly named 'Fannyburger'

vapilot2004
6th Dec 2006, 05:42
That was a place called 'The Hungry I,' actually. 'I' for 'Intellect,' since it was a North Beach, San Francisco coffee house back when stand-up comedy was new.

Did some searching for a photo and came up with a SF :eek: Topless club. :cool:

Buster Hyman
6th Dec 2006, 06:06
Thai Tanic.

phnuff
6th Dec 2006, 12:46
The owner of Polonium in Sheffield was on 5 Live on monday evening and he said business has gone through the roof since Polonium became trendy with the Russian set

priapism
7th Dec 2006, 05:48
There was an Indian resturant in Cairns called The Ring of Fire. I can assure you all that it was aptly named!

thesunnysideup
15th Jan 2007, 16:59
.. well ..

http://www.londonfoodfilmfiesta.co.uk/IMAGES%7E1/Phat%20Phuk.jpg

http://humormeonline.com/images/photolaughs/PhatPhuc.jpg

Rob Courtney
15th Jan 2007, 18:49
Theres a sandwich shop near us called "Big Buns Nice Baps"

Fun Police
15th Jan 2007, 18:58
not an eatery but still an establishment purveying gastro enjoyment: "bunghole liquors" in upstate NY :} !

Davaar
15th Jan 2007, 19:16
[QUOTE=Atlas Shrugged[/QUOTE]

This one is very special. I love their website: "www.engrish.com".

dontpickit
15th Jan 2007, 19:26
http://www.funnyhub.com/pictures/img/bad-restaurant-name.jpg

11Fan
15th Jan 2007, 21:00
There used to be (but I don't know if it still exists) a Chinese Restaurant in Southern California - just North of the Mexican Border - who was apparently trying to coax in the rural rednecks of the area (an agricultural region).

It was called…



Wait for it….



Mah's Kitchen

toothpic
15th Jan 2007, 21:06
Noodle bar not too far away from me is called FuKu, they are opening a second restaurant shortly, surprisingly called FuKu 2 :O :O

http://www.noodlebarfuku.com/index.php

ExBHX
15th Jan 2007, 21:25
Distict in Birmingham called Shirley.

Chinese restraunt called "SHIRLEY TEMPLE", honest!!:) :)

SinBin
15th Jan 2007, 22:04
Chinese takeway in Stoke on Trent - called Minga

Yum!

tinpis
15th Jan 2007, 22:06
One chinky just closed here recently was named the HOI KING

dawn raider
15th Jan 2007, 23:57
one in edinburgh : Hung Lam

OllyBeak
16th Jan 2007, 01:31
http://finecutfilms.com/Images/Wrong.jpg

dublinamg
16th Jan 2007, 13:19
Remember seeing the main Cafe in Barecelona Central Station called Arse. Serviettes had it printed on them too - maybe they were sirections for use by customers.