JaPaNeSe food Prosinec 2011 Středa

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JaPaNeSe food Prosinec 2011 Středa
Japanese Food
“I’ll have what he’s having.’ That’s what diners sometimes tell the waiter when
another customer is served a meal that looks delicious. Wouldn’t it be simpler
if you could see every dish on the menu before making up your mind? In Japan,
that’s exactly what diners can do. There, restaurant displays of real-looking
fake food, called sanpuru, serve as a three-dimensional menu.
At one time, restaurants in Japan used to display real food to advertise
restaurant’s specialties, and to allow customers to “preview’ their meal, the
displays also meant that foreigners unable to read a Japanese menu could
figure out the best thing to order. In the 1930s the first fake foods were made
from wax. Eventually such fake foods replaced real foods. Today sanpuru are
made from vinyl, a kind of plastic.
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Glossary
a diner – strávník/stolovník
delicious – chutný/vynikající/lahodný
a dish – jídlo
a menu – jídelní lístek
fake – falešný
to display – vystavovat/předvádět/zobrazovat
to figure out – přijít na/zjistit/rozhodnout se
wax – vosk
eventually – nakonec
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