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The populist colorful "Jellyfish Diner" opened last week in New Orleans (Louisiana, USA), offering various continental and even some European fare such as Iceland prawn gumbo, orange butterfly rice pilaf, chick pea noodles, and veal falafel.
This imaginarium success reveals why a bright Planet Hollywood restaurant in New Orleans would illuminate the eccentric city's lyricism and reflect the capitalist appeal of the cuisine-spiritual Hollywood (USA) movie "Soul Food" (1997).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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