nightmare restaurant! Funny menu mistakes offer dishes that look less than tempting
We’ve all been there, arriving at a restaurant hungry and desperate to eat, scanning the menu to order something.
Well, diners around the world who chose these menus got more than they bargained for, thanks to some amusing language errors and typos.
Among these laterally split photos, which were collected in a gallery by failed blogis one that shows a menu with children’s fingers.
Those who prefer a moan may be less amused by a drinks menu, which boasts a long list of white “whiners.”
Meanwhile, another restaurateur must have been wishing they had checked more carefully, when they realized they were trying to sell chicken with shingles (shouldn’t it be… herbs?).
This bafflingly vague dish, from a restaurant believed to be in Canada, features a combination of pig’s blood and another unidentified ingredient.
However, while it’s easy to see what went wrong when it comes to these kinds of typos, other menu errors are simply inexplicable.
Take, for example, a Chinese restaurant that offers customers a selection of various ‘bacterial mushrooms’, no thanks.
Here, FEMAIL shares some of the funniest menu mistakes from around the world…
VIAGRA PIZZA: Ok, not a specialty we’ve heard of before, but experimental cooking can be interesting, so maybe this Italian restaurant should be applauded.
The misspelling on this drink menu, at a bar thought to be in Europe, might be a little close to knuckle-bones for those who really want a wine and a moan.
What kind of creepy restaurant is this? Children’s fingers? No, thanks. It’s not like the other options look much better either.
The options here don’t look great – it boils down to painful sausage or “cheese on burnt potato.”
Hmmm… Is there any chance of ordering something that is less proactively crawling with bacteria please?
When you go to a restaurant for their famous wrinkly potatoes, but end up staying for the special fries
It’s always good to keep an open mind when traveling to new countries, so you can try new delicacies, but somehow the freshly squeezed juice organs on offer at this establishment thought to be in Germany just don’t appeal. .
This restaurant offers a slightly limited menu of small or large wages, with or without cheese. OK so…
Lest you ever forget how important it is to correct, remember this menu at a restaurant believed to be in Italy, offering chicken with shingles.
Would it be a stupid question to ask whether stupid questions are a tasty dish or not? For $0.38, it’s a bargain at least in this North American restaurant.
They say restaurant owners can be dishonest and hide the less savory aspects of the business from the dining public. Not these guys, they are VERY open about their ingredients, even the nasty ones like hormones and saliva.