Takeaway restaurant ridiculed after a punctuation oversight left it named 'Anus Kitchen' on flyers

A TAKEAWAY restaurant has been ridiculed after a punctuation oversight left it named “Anus Kitchen” on flyers.

Social media users were left in stitches after spotting the error on a leaflet for Indian takeaway Anu’s Kitchen in Dulwich, South East London.

The leaflet was used on takeaway delivery site Foodhub, where it was spotted by user Paul Brook from Shaw, Oldham.

He took to Facebook to share the embarrassing blunder, writing: "Why punctuation is important.”

The advert reads: “Anus Kitchen is now available on foodhub.co.uk.”

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

They also advertise a “Anus Party Package” for a minimum of 20 people which comes with four different food bundles.


The gaffe was caused by the lack of an apostrophe after Anu – as the website’s restaurant names it as Anu’s Kitchen. 

Since the mishap was spotted the restaurant has been mercilessly trolled online.

One person joked: “Does excellent rump steak.”

Another wrote: “Entrance at rear.”

However, one foodie who was not surprised was Kerrie Morris, who shared a photograph of her local Anu’s branch, writing: “Omg. We had an Anus Kitchen near me, for a few weeks until they realised.”

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

Kerrie posted a snap showing how a cartoon chilli had been tactically inserted onto the sign at her local branch to make the important distinction.

Anu’s restaurant features an array of delicious Bangladeshi curries, kebabs, burgers and wraps.

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