When I Googled "Cesar salad," Google asked me if I intended to search for the correct spelling of the item in question, which, of course, is a Caesar salad. I'm guessing that the restaurant whose menu is in the snap above didn't use Google (or an old-fashioned dictionary) when creating its menu. Because it misspelled Caesar twice on that menu.
Whose menu is it?
Lock in your answers in the comment section below, and take note: Spelling counts.
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