On the menu card at Good Luck, Pune: Tawa Kheema and Kheema in eggs.
In the “Kheema in Eggs” one, is there more Kheema or more eggs? The waiter at the restaurant answered, “One way or another, it’s the same thing!”
We ordered. Was great.
Also seen at the restaurant, a signboard declaring:
Don’t sit here without any work.
Do not comb or brush your hair. It may fly into other people’s food.
Both the instructions were on the same paper stuck between papers announcing Malai Kulfi for Rs 18 and other desserts on the menu (namely Caramel Custard, Caramel Pudding, Bread Pudding and Fruit Funny). We don’t think there’s any connection between the two instruction, but there could be. See, someone sitting without work is more liable to comb and/or brush hair thereby sending it into other people’s food. These old-time restaurants have it all figured out, I say.
Speaking of desserts, we also asked the waiter the difference between Caramel Custard and Caramel Pudding.
He said, “Custard is made with powder and pudding with eggs.” He then proceeded to point at a neighbouring table where he had just delivered the goods.
We said, “…”
“Well?”, said he.
“Ok bring us the pudding,” said we!
Much joy came with the pudding – caramel and bread!