Friday, June 03, 2005

 

Eat Shit Man Woman

This is no toilet humour, it is the real thing:

Taiwanese Restaurant Offers Toilet Bowl Servings



By WALLY SANTANA, Associated Press Writer
4 June 2005

Taiwanese restaurateur Eric Wang has given new meaning to the traditional revelers' cry of bottoms up. His eatery in the southern city of Kaohsiung delivers its food not on conventional plates and dishes, but in miniaturized Western and Asian style toilets, both the flush and non-flush variety.

For anyone missing the point, diners are encouraged to stir up mushy, earth-colored offerings like curry chicken rice and chocolate ice cream to conjure up — well, the real thing.

Located in a downtown area with a variety of competing eateries, Marton — the name means toilet in Chinese — attracts its customers through its dazzling bathroom decor.

Walking in through an arched door, diners are greeted with a giant toilet bowl sitting between two urinals. White ceramic toilet seats comfortably accommodate their bottoms, and urinals grace the walls.

Giggling helplessly, high school student Chen Yi-lin gulps down a chocolate ice-cream sundae served in a miniature Asian-style squat toilet, and admits that she is smitten.

"This is fun," she says.

Wang, 26, opened the Marton last year after a roadside prototype — a stand offering toilet-shaped ice cream cones — achieved runaway success.

Now, he says, he has moved decisively upmarket.

"Diners come and walk away with the special experience," he said. "Many try to create more fun, stirring up curry and rice so it looks exactly like when you forget to flush the toilet. Then they gulp it down."

For all its scatological excess, the Marton is following in the noblest tradition of Taiwanese novelty restaurants.

Other successful ventures have purposely confined scores of contented diners to coffins or jail cells, or exposed them to full-scale pictures of Chinese dictator Mao Zedong, Taiwan's political nemesis until his death in 1976.

How come you look flushed ?


These kids appear to be toilet-trained


Hmmm.... Is that our Chief Justice Yong Pung Sai ?


To pee or not to pee ?



One bowl of lao sai, I mean, red bean soup please.

Comments:
This is pretty cute! I don't mind decorating my home the same way.
 
Anna: I think your guests may wonder where your restroom is.
 
This is pathetic, if serve in this way might as well eat real scat from the toilet bowl.
 
Hahahaha I agree with u anonymous.
 
I suppose toilet roll serves as napkins!
 
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