Twitter’s face is hard on the American eatery’s peculiar South Indian menu. Have you seen it yet?

A Twitter user, Inika shared some screenshots of the menu provided by the restaurant called Indian Crepes Company Vada and Rasam, which were described as Dunked Donut Delight, while Uttapam was described as a classic lentil pancake . Yep, we’re not kidding.

A screenshot of a quirky South Indian menu at an American eatery has gone viral.

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  • A tweet about some strange name given to South Indian food items has gone viral.
  • The tweet has garnered over 20k likes.
  • Names will make you tough.

The Internet certainly never runs out of bizarre content. And in today’s episode of ‘What were they thinking’ we want to show you excerpts from the menu of a restaurant in America that specializes in South Indian food. The names used in menus to describe staples like dosa and vada will just leave you baffled.

A Twitter user, Inika shared some screenshots of the menu provided by the restaurant named Indian Crepes Company. In case you don’t know, crepes are a type of savory dish that can also be enjoyed as a dessert. But turns out, the word crepe was used on the menu to describe the dosa! He is not everything. Vada and Rasam were described as dunked donut delight, while uttapam was described as a classic lentil pancake. Yep, we’re not kidding.

Also, don’t forget to name plain dosa.

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The tweet has garnered over 20k likes since it was shared and many reactions. People couldn’t stop their faces at the strange choice of words used to describe South Indian cuisine. While many pointed out that it was necessary to attract customers in a foreign country, others bluntly remarked that the names simply drove the desire away from the cuisine.

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