Posted: 20 February 2005 at 5:24pm | IP Logged
Kakey da dhaaba (in London) has evoked another anecdote on cheap eating places. An Indian abroad ran out of foreign exchange and went looking for the cheapest eating place in town.
He located an Indian restaurant and went in. He found three sections:
'European, Chinese, and Indian' He went into the Indian. It was divided into two:
Vegeterian and non-vegetarian. He went into the vegetarian which was further divided into pure ghee and vanaspati. He went to the vanaspati section and found yet another division: Cash or credit. Cheered at the prospect of not having to pay in foreign exchange he opted for the
Credit section. When he got to it he found the sign: "Exit: get out."