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Bizarre Travel Photo – Best Menu Picture

Bizarre Travel Photo time! The Best Menu Picture Ever!

Today’s Bizarre Travel Photo is the Best Menu Picture – the hand drawn breakfast menu. I absolutely love this piece of improvisation that you normally don’t see in the first world! And it’s right in your face for breakfast, lunch and dinner if you really want it to be!

This great culinary photo example was sent to me from another travel addict friend who I used to work with, during his recent journey through the wide expanse of Incredible India.

Check it out! I reckon this food menu is really cool! Makes a nice alternative to the drab menus I sometimes come across which have come from an inkjet printer. This would have taken a while to draw up!

If you look at the top right hand corner of this Bizarre Travel Photo, I love the uplifting description on this Best Menu Picture – ‘Eat Healthy, Enjoy Holiday’.

I would have loved to have seen the Lunch and Dinner menus at this food joint! But think of the logistics – just say you had a restaurant of twenty tables, with four people per table – can you imagine trying to draw eighty menus for all of your potential customers? This crazy task would take weeks and weeks! It’s an incredible effort as far as I am concerned!

But this is what I love about travelling the world – coming across unpretentious stuff like this that makes you think of the reasoning behind it.

What other Best Menu Pictures have you come across? It would be hard to top this one, that’s for sure!

If you like Bizarre Food, check out Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern – Collections One, Two and Three!

If you know of others, leave a comment with a link to a Bizarre Travel Photo!

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21 Responses to Bizarre Travel Photo – Best Menu Picture

  1. beth says:

    cute post! I love the menu. I tried to retweet but your button isn’t working. thought you might like to know.
    .-= beth´s last blog ..Blood, Drugs & Sangria – How To Vacation In A War Zone. Part four of a five part series. =-.

  2. Thomas says:

    What a great idea, you get to see exactly what you are getting, even without the labels you would be able to tell! This is much better than using photographs because unless you are an expert photographer, photos of food never look good.
    .-= Thomas´s last blog ..Fond Travel Memories: Delhi =-.

  3. SpunkyGirl says:

    Okay, that’s a great find! I love the simplicity of life when traveling.
    .-= SpunkyGirl´s last blog ..5 Reasons to Visit Canada’s Capital =-.

  4. Agnar Gregersen says:

    Norway is a natural beauty that hasn’t let modern construction to overtake the wildlife and outside environment. There are plenty of parks, lakes and trails that you can come across. The summers are very mild so if you have a major heat wave in your country during June thru August you may want to chill off and like it here.

    Folks who need to enjoy the tranquility can choose have a look of high-mountain lakes and steep side valleys ; these are another attraction of Norway trip.

  5. Hey, what an original idea!!! I love it :)

  6. Martin Munoz says:

    For India this is actually a goodlooking menu, handdrawn but in different colors and with an clean handwriting…

  7. Genious substitute for a photograph of the food, really adds something to the menu, I never thought about it but why don’t more restaurants make menus like this? It’s so much clearer than only text. Awesome photo :).
    .-= Mauri Travel Blog´s last blog ..Mauritius Must see places =-.

  8. hahahaha that’s brilliant, i want to do that now!

  9. Photo Poses says:

    That’s gold! Hilarious!

  10. Jason says:

    That’s funny.. i remember something similar when i wen to cusco, Peru and went out to get lunch..except they had a pic of a guinea pig on the plate and called it “cuy” it was really good actually..Did machu picchu, cusco, the nazca lines lake titicaca etc. etc.. http://www.closerperu.com planned my trip and did it a really good prices (hotel, tours, guides etc. etc.) if anyone is interested in travelling there.

  11. Central Coast Accommodation says:

    I really could have used a detailed menu like this when I was travelling in China. A picture of a camel would really have saved me some embarrasement!

  12. It’s cute and funny seeing drawing of menu. I honestly haven’t notice any of the countries I’ve visited having this type of menu. If ever I’ll encounter one , I’ll surely take photos and post it.:

  13. Mathew White from Melbourne Restaurants says:

    Appreciate your friend reacting positively about the simplicity of the menu and you being charmed by it. Foodies get accused at times for being snobs, so this post helps younger people to see that being a foodie is not just having a so-called sophisticated palate but being ‘more open’ to different way of cooking and presenting food.

  14. Strange says:

    That is quite deceiving really. To me that looks like a meal of 3 eggs, 3 beefburgers, 2 chips and a selection of boiled sweets [GET IN!!!]. Now how dissapointed would you be when you only got bread, eggs and some grapes??? !!

  15. David@plasticbags says:

    um… Thats extremely interesting lol very kiddie colorful lol

  16. virtuves baldai says:

    hahahaha that�s brilliant, i want to do that now!

  17. maggie @natalie mitchellephotography says:

    Great post! it is very interesting, i really like it! thanks a lot for sharing….

  18. sara says:

    Nice post! it is interesting and a great idea,this is much better than using photographs because unless you are an expert photographer,keep it up!

  19. Mike says:

    Thats a pretty cool Menu! Simple but eccentrically unique!

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