You know us here at Push Square Towers: we love a pun. Clearly Capcom does too, if this elaborate marketing stunt for the excellent Devil May Cry 5 is anything to go by. Over the last weekend, the publisher brought a taste of its flamboyant action game to Paris, France with a pop-up restaurant called Devil May Cry 5 Kitchen, and the menu was stuffed with mouthwatering wordplay.
Over on the Devil May Cry subreddit, the user NeoExogene provided a few examples of the meals you could purchase at the DMC themed eatery. Let's go through them, shall we?
- Devil May Fry: "a platter of onion rings, mozzarella sticks and nuggets"
- Trish and Chips
- Red Grave burger
- Dante’s Inferno: "pepperoni pizza with chilli pepper on it"
- V-getarian: "a vegetarian pizza"
- Carbo-Nero Spaghetti
- The Spardacotta
- Ebony and Ivory: "an Oreo tiramisu"
We'll have the works, if you please, Capcom.
Unfortunately, the restaurant was only open for a couple of days, but the publisher must be applauded for its efforts. What would you order from the Devil May Cry 5 Kitchen? Reserve a table in the comments below.
[source dualshockers.com, via twitter.com, reddit.com]
I'm hungry now.
I could go for some Trish and Chips right now.
EDIT: I didn't mean... Look, I'm just hungry and I live by the sea.
Be sure to wear sunglasses if you go there. You may never know when you're hit by a lens flare!
That Devil May Fry plate sounds good.
Paris must be sick of devils.
I went the other day and was disappointed. The food was good, but when I looked on my bill they'd added a 25 Euro 'Voluntary Cerberus Charge'
@get2sammyb about Sammy Swift's crush 🍔 burger.🙈word up son
Mmm. I could for some Devil May Fey and Red Grave Burger. Dang, now I’m really hungry. I’d love to eat here.
I’d rather stay at home and order a nice big fat juicy parmo with a tub of garlic sauce 🤤 but if I had to pick I’d choose Dante’s Inferno and an Ebony and Ivory for dessert. Surprised to see no cheese, ham or croissants on that menu since that’s all the French eat over there.
@MaccaMUFC I had no idea what a parmo was until I went down to Middlesborough to stay with my aunt. They're bloody delicious and that's coming from a Glaswegian living in the greasy comfort food capital of the world.
@3MonthBeef good deviled eggs are great, but not so good deviled eggs are real bad, i perfer mine a little sweet
Good thing I keep some cereals at work... I'm going to have breakfast now.
They should open one in Devils Kitchen for obvious reasons...
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