I told her that I posted this and we had a bit of another clash about it.
She wants to point out that one of her main issues is that the Orc vocabulary would not include the latin orginating word "menu". Considering the Orcish language (http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/names/tolkien-black-speech.htm) bears so little in common in English, the idea that Orcs would pick up and insert the word "menu" into their lexicon is according to her, quite daft.
Moreover, Orc's don't say any other words that are similar to menu, instead grunting and giving brutish and onomatopoeic one word directions (e.g. fight, smash) or are describing nouns for objects that they are surrounded by on a constant basis day and night (e.g. sword shield). Shouldn't they use simpler terminology, and say 'food board' or 'food sign' or something along those lines instead of 'menu'?
It's getting harder to argue against this.