Um. So, does this mean Szechuan food served on a bed of coals?
Because if there's one thing Seattle needs, it's another Asian restaurant.
@1: No, I think it means all the servants will be coolies.
There is one of these in Atlanta. I don't know if they're connected, but ours is delightful.
Just in time for my parents' next visit! I am soooo taking them there!
Orient Express? Will it take one to Constantinople?
Somehow, I just KNEW that's what the place was going to be called.
Now, they just need to start doing gawd-awful murder mystery dinner theatre there every week (I can already see the title: "MURDER! At The 'Orient Express'"), and the humiliation will be complete!
#6 - I hear it's Istanbul, not Constantinople.
So...If you've got a date in Constantinople, she'll be waiting in Instanbul.
Why did Constantinople get the works?
@9: that's nobody's business but the Turks'.
God I love teh Slog sometimes.
I think the name will be misleading. I've been burned before.
Either it tastes just like chicken, or Panda Express doesn't serve real panda, either.
Once upon a time, Andy's Diner was a magical place. It's great that the site will be revived, but sad that someone didn't stick closer to the original theme (and name).
If you put a gyoza on the tracks, will you get an onion pancake when the train goes by?
Panda has to be grass-fed.
Well, that plus bamboo shoots.
They stick the bamboo under your fingernails when you apply for an Olympics protest permit, to "reeducate" you.
15 - Shhhhh.
Hercule Poirot is rolling in his grave.
or Shanghai Lily.
One of the two.
It took more than one man to change her name to Shanghai Lily...
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