Among the joys of a hill-station visit are the signboards one gets to see. Just back from Mussoorie and Landour and had to share these pictures, most of them from the long and winding Mussoorie mall:
How to lure the sophisticated diner
I like the way the arrow curves around to point in the opposite direction, instead of just being placed before “Gluttony Restaurant” to begin with. The letterer probably misjudged the space available.
Our shutters are pure candy
This one made me think of Hansel and Gretel and the house made of chocolate. Wonder if that’s the reason for the place being closed.
In which India significantly expands its borders
Of course, one gets the idea: Punju-Chinese is very much a national cuisine. Incidentally another restaurant nearby called itself “Vishal Bharat” and had much the same thing on its signboard. (Vishal Bharat, Chini Kum?)
You say you want a revolution...
The words “Revolving restaurant” are painted on no fewer than three spots on this building. This would be excessive at the best of times, but it’s especially so for a restaurant that doesn’t actually revolve at all (or wasn't the five times I checked).
This is the part I liked best:
How now, electronic cow
Yes, it does say “Dog potty for sale”. And no, I don’t know what the magic hair-drying cap is either. Didn't have the courage to ask. Next time.
(Click pics to enlarge)