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Error Leaves Customers Ordering Takeaways From The 'Anus Kitchen'

Error Leaves Customers Ordering Takeaways From The 'Anus Kitchen'

A takeaway in London has gone viral after a slight mishap with its menu left the name reading 'Anus Kitchen' rather than 'Anu's Kitchen'.

People online have been in stitches since someone spotted the error on a leaflet used to advertise the Indian takeaway on the delivery site Foodhub.

Sharing the blunder to their Facebook page, the eagle-eyed diner wrote: "Why punctuation is important."

The advert reads: "Anus Kitchen is now available on Foodhub.co.uk.

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"Get 15% off when you order directly @ anuskitchen.co.uk."

An unfortunate typo has left one takeaway a little red-faced. Credit: Deadline News
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Anu's website hasn't escaped either, with a similarly amusing omission also having been spotted there, too.

Where it should say 'Anu's Party Package', it sadly reads 'Anus Party Package', which has a decidedly different ring to it.

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Since the errors were spotted, people have piled in to poke fun at the unfortunate gaffes.

One person joked: "Does excellent rump steak."

Another said: "Might give them a 'ring'."

The 'Anus Party Package'. Credit: Deadline News
The 'Anus Party Package'. Credit: Deadline News
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While yet another added: "Entrance at rear."

The restaurant owner told the Mirror: "We recently opened a kitchen, my wife's nickname is Anu and as she's the main chef, we decided to name the kitchen after her.

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"Foodhub printed some leaflets for us and made the silly mistake. Even the picture on the leaflet is wrong, that's not our food.

"If they'd shown us before publish, we definitely would change the picture and correct the name."

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LADbible has contacted Anu's Kitchen and Foodhub for further comment.

But not everyone was as surprised as most by the mistake.

Sharing a snap of a different restaurant with the same name, one woman said they had noticed the same problem.

She wrote: "Omg. We had an Anus Kitchen near me, for a few weeks until they realised.

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"They then added a small chilli to try and make it look better."

Elsewhere, another takeaway has also caused a bit of controversy, but for very different reasons.

Mama Mia's Pizza and Kebab takeaway in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, has removed a sign banning people from entering the shop while wearing a face mask.

A takeaway was forced to take down its 'anti-mask' sign. Credit: Google Maps
A takeaway was forced to take down its 'anti-mask' sign. Credit: Google Maps

The sign had read: "Masks are for: hooligans, vigilantes, superheroes, criminals and asbestos workers. Remove mask before entering. Thank you."

The sign was spotted by a local and a photo was posted to social media, which met with a somewhat unimpressed response. Following this, the takeaway removed the window sign, with staff subsequently telling the BBC it had been taken down because it was 'inappropriate'.

Responding to the social media post, one person wrote: "Serves em right if they get infected then."

Another added: "I wouldn't be going in, then! How selfish!" While a third commented: "Amazing how some people can be above the law, how does that work I wonder!"

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Dominic graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in French and History. Like you, Dom has often questioned how much use a second language has been. Well, after stints working at the Manchester Evening News, the Accrington Observer and the Macclesfield Express, along with never setting foot in France, he realised the answer is surprisingly little. But I guess, c'est la vie. Contact us at [email protected]