If you could start up your own restaurant, what would it be? What would you name it?
A seafood restaurant/pizzeria called The Majestic Dolphin Seafood & Pizzeria - Bar & Grill
I wouldn't. My parents owned a pizza place once, and that was one of the worst years of my life.
Lol, I don't think anyone really wants me flooding this particular thread with my life story.
I guess I can sum up that much: My family had issues, but I wasn't very aware until the experience made them obvious and escalated them. That said, having it also created other circumstances that caused lasting damage--psychological and otherwise.
Um, please excuse me Great Modly Father Kiel, but uh....
I sure do. :3
I appreciate that, Zag, but it's actually pretty messed up and I'd rather not upset anyone or derail too much.
Oh, I understand.
That's sad to hear, m8.
xD But I don't want to make anyone sad.
I can actually picture someone doing that, believe it or not.
Sounds good, haha.
Ezra's Mobile Deli
Jewish comfort food truck.
Matzah Ball Soup, falafel, deli sandwiches on challah, babka French toast, giant ass pickles. This would be my dream. Sadly it would probably not be profitable.
I'd eat there, that soup is good stuff, and I kinda wanna try falafel.
What exactly is a matzah ball by the way?
A ball of light bread type food.
Ever had chicken and dumplings? It's kind of like that.
What's a matzah ball? Almost worth converting for, that's what it is.
Would you include Sashimi (very fresh raw meat or fish sliced into thin pieces)?
The really important thing with sashimi is freshness. For example, it shouldn't smell fishy. If you want quality, that stuff has to be caught, killed properly, tossed onto ice ASAP and plated pretty soon after that.
I cannot actually think of a appropriate name buuuuuut, I have a idea! It involves wizardry and the waitresses serving food in witch costumes. Such a restaurant would do poorly of course, most children don't really care for witches nowadays, um at least not the traditional one.
Nah this would be very successful in Vegas. Potion themed (expensive) drinks and skimpy witch outfits. You could even serve appetizers in cauldrons.
Cute girls and skimpy outfits? Well most ideas would work on that basis alone I suppose. Appetizers served in cauldrons? Ah, that sounds very intriguing actually.
An olive-garden-like Bed and Breakfast that has staged murder mysteries.
I'd eat there.
Haha, sounds cool.
A food stand named Uncle Z's Snack Shack that sells SPAMwiches (grilled SPAM slices on small sandwich rolls, fried eggs optional), hot dogs, soft pretzels, and scallion pancakes, all made fresh and hot on the griddle. The idea is that the griddle is all that I need to cook on, and the offered items are all favorite flat griddle-cooked items of mine. The items are all snack items selling for low prices to attract high customer volume, but many people will buy more than one item, and drinks will be a relatively high-margin offering.
If a restaurant was totally dedicated to making hot dogs like this...
in my pants
He came in your pants? Do I wanna know why he was wearing them in the first place?
Eggs, spam, hot dog, shredded seaweed, minced garlic, all on Hawaiian rolls.
Forgot chopped green onions, fried onions, and I think sauteed onions as well.
Tentatively parsley or cilantro (I'd rather say cilantro bc I don't care much for parsley anyways).
That picture is making me hungry. :)
I'd convert a big rig into a gut truck and call it UNCLE MO'S COOKING. I would follow big groups of big rigs for customers.
I think mine would be a barbeque restaurant simply titled, Slashy's Shack.