January 1, 2012
French words are tricky. Even so, we'd expect a pricey restaurant like the Assembly to refrain from throwing up letters indiscriminately and check a dictionary before broadcasting their mistake to all passers-by. Taken in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
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Misspelling of the Month
I don't often turn to Chinese restaurant menus for misspellings because they can be easy targets. But this one invented a new word that has a bit of charm. Quite accidentally, it's the second "steak"-related Misspelling of the Month in a row. So thanks to Empire Szechuan Village on Seventh Avenue, South, in New York City for this meaty mistake. (Of course, "waterchestnut" should be plural and two words as well.)
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