. and the surrounding areas cause several of their worst floods in years.. KTO's English version was originally released as a subtitled simulcast of KTO: Great Teacher Onizuka. but still had an English dub.Siegler's, a local restaurant, was the first to announce that it would be going. "Siegler's is a fun spot to eat," says Herrmann. "I always eat there, and I have a great time there. We have an awesome chef who makes awesome food."
Today, Siegler's has served the community since 1987. The place has been here for so long that its no-nonsense staff is loyal to its customers and they have no intention of changing. But they do offer a sign that you do. Once you are inside, you find a kitchen where fish is being pulled from the tanks, potatoes are being peeled, and the oysters are being shucked. The small dining room is filled with yellow Formica, comfortable banquettes, and some of the kindest, most talkative service you will find.
"Have a seat, and we will get you some ice cream to go with your oysters," a waitress told me. "I don't think you've been there before."
I decided to share a plate of five oysters. Five was my limit, so I passed on a few and told them to have a fun time. The oysters were covered with a bright green sauce, and they had a briny, savory flavor. The closest thing to a complaint I could make was that they were a tad too large. They were the perfect size to fill in my gap while I chewed on a lettuce leaf.
Before the food arrived, I had a few words with Siegler, who sits at the front of the restaurant and pokes his head into the kitchen from time to time. "What happened to the photos of the 'wonderful' old ladies?" he asked me.
Herrmann grinned. "We had that all over the place. They were cute in a grandpa way. It was more striking than what we have now."
"The staff feels uncomfortable with the recent image," he said. "There is one poor boy who did not want to show his face for a very long time, and even today he isn't comfortable. And then there is the young man who still hasn't been out there, since he started."