English Error

We were at Sushi King tonight. The service was rather slow. We had waited for so long.

While waiting, I read the menu and even this announcement.

It was just right in front of me. Initially, I didn't realize the error. Normally, we would just overlook it.


As I was scrutinizing the items,
I spotted an error somewhere in this announcement.

Well, which error is it?

Not only an error but two or even more!


Comments

  1. pork free? :p It should be pork-free?

    Then...beers? :D

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  2. I spotted one mistake only. It should be except. Where's another one?

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  3. I got it. They can't even spell their company correctly. Sushi kin.. lols

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  4. Interesting post.....today there are lots of English Grammatical Errors (EGE) everywhere. But they usually say that it is typo. Cheers.

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  5. 'Non-alcoholic products' sounds better. The name of the company is also wrong, WTF.

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  6. "Except"... I don't EXPECT non alchoholic product in food that contains alchohol eventhough in a very minimal ammount!=_=

    Have a great week ahead Wenn!

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  7. Few errors..even the company name also salah la...

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  8. hahaaha, with grammar like that they can really cause confusion... so should i 'expect' alcohol or non-alcohol food products from Sushi 'Kin'? XD

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  9. I read it the other day.. then i was thinking, japanese company ma.. so understandable.. but then this is in malaysia, hor? hahahaha...

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  10. Luckily company name is correctly spelled. Sushi Kin does own the Sushi King chain and I wonder why the owner register the company without the 'g'.

    Usually we say non-alcoholic or no alcohol added. And yes, should be 'except' instead of 'expect'.

    It is certainly not easy for a Japanese restaurant to be halal if it means that halal = zero alcohol content. Many sauces have sake or mirin added just like in Chinese dishes, rice wine are used in cooking and even in Western food, wine is used to marinade steak.

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  11. hmmm, i have never wanted to dine in Sushi King for many years already, the food and service are not good..

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  12. "expect"...and "kin" Sushi King, no less... If some roadside stall or kopitiam, not so bad. Shame! Shame!

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  13. We expect to serve only the next of kin except Sushi King?

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  14. Wow! So many mistakes! How come no one bother to check it? Or rather, they didn't realise there were errors! *gasp!*

    1. Pork-free, not pork free
    2. Except, not expect
    3. Sushi King, not Sushi Kin

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  15. LOL, may be they are telling you to expect there are alcohol,

    and sushi king?

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  16. Long ago, I worked for Texchem before I went to States. They were not allowed to register the name with the word "King". I think our law now forbids superlative company names like ~ Best, Nicest, Biggest, Highest or even King.

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  17. ish ish ish...such famous restaurant but poor english??

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  18. Lol, i only saw the except part XD

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  19. Mind your language :)

    Sushi King also my favorite

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