Posted by jigz on 27/7/2013 at 07:18
You will not miss your meat at WTF; with over a hundred items on the menu - food ranging from Northern Indian, Indian Fast Food, Indo-Chinese, Western, Mexican, Fusion, Sizzlers and a host of drinks to go with all this.....you are in for a treat to tickle your tastebuds.
There is a simple motto here - food with quality. We do not use MSG in our cooking, we do not use the microwave (aka cancer) oven for any cooking, and all the food is prepared only once it is ordered. Nothing is pre-cooked and frozen. We deliver food all over Kuala Lumpur, so if you are at a hotel, hungry for some real food, call us or visit our website at www.wtfrestaurants.com.my
Come on over and give your tastebuds something to talk about!
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Posted by antoniamitchell on 30/7/2013 at 01:03
I wonder if the guys who named the restaurant know what WTF actually means in English....
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Posted by jigz on 30/7/2013 at 02:05
Yes they do know what WTF means in English :-)
It's like the makers of FCUK....they know what it looks like in English......these names are meant to stand out :-)
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Posted by antoniamitchell on 31/7/2013 at 01:24
Thanks for your reply, Jigz.
Just curious: is WTF? well-known or used in Malaysia? Or do you mostly expect it to be the tourist and expat market that recognises the name? I'm always interested in regional slang, and how certain phrases go global ("okay" for instance) while others don't.
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Posted by jigz on 1/8/2013 at 22:30
Hey! Yes, it is widely used in Malaysia. The thing about Malaysia is that people from all over the world live here. Multi-cultural, multi-everything :-)
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