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Drunken noodles or Pad Kee Mao? Language matters on ethnic menus

(Ohio State University) Ethnic restaurants like to brag about how 'authentic' they are. But when it comes to the language on their menus, a new study suggests authenticity may not be a hit with some customers. Researchers found that people who were averse to uncertainty and ambiguity reacted more negatively to a restaurant menu that labeled foods with their authentic-language name (such as Pad Kee Mao) rather than the English-language name (Drunken Noodles).
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Ethnic restaurants like to brag about how "authentic" they are.

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