Mummy’s Restaurant Highlights Cultural Heritage

28 Oct
Won't rest until you try his food.

Won’t rest until you try his food.

EGYPT, NY–Get off your cartouche and check out the unique offerings of Ankh Amon Wraps. The restaurant, a new business venture of The Mummy, was created to promote authentic ancient Egyptian cuisine. “The original food pyramid was constructed by my old adviser, Imhotep,” said The Mummy. “It’s meaning has been lost to the sands of time. Until everyone learns a well balanced meal is the cornerstone of good health, I won’t rest.”

You may want to purchase a copy of Rosetta Stone before dropping in. The menu of Ankh Amon Wraps is written entirely in hieroglyphs. Peruse canopics of cured meats, pickled vegetables, and sun-dried tomatoes. Wraps can be created using a step-by-step selection process, or you can choose from a list of predetermined concoctions. The Mummy recommends a Grilled Stuffed Sarcophagus for a those cursed with a big appetite. He enjoys one with Barbaco-Ra and a side of Sun Chips, saying, “It’s divine!”

Grab the kids and pile in the Caravan. Let Ankh Amon Wraps serve as your next dinning oasis. And bring home extra. The food preserves for an eternity. No refrigeration necessary.

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3 Responses to “Mummy’s Restaurant Highlights Cultural Heritage”

  1. Ned's Blog 10/28/2013 at 2:29 pm #

    Is this anywhere near Tut n’ Taco?

    • grimmreport 10/28/2013 at 2:58 pm #

      We asked if The Mummy knew anything about that, but he was in the Nile.

      • Ned's Blog 10/28/2013 at 3:15 pm #

        Probably just as well. I saw a Pharaoh who was wearing an Arby’s hat instead of an Egyptian head dress, which makes me suspicious.

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