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In These Cases, Going Out To Eat Probably Wasn’t The Best Decision (18 Restaurant Fails)

Going out to eat at a restaurant can be a fun and enjoyable experience, but it can also be a huge disappointment when the meal doesn’t live up to expectations.

Whether it’s overpriced and underwhelming food, poor service, or a combination of both, a bad dining experience can leave a bad taste in your mouth.

From undercooked chicken to messed up pizzas here are some of the worst meals people ordered.


1. “Sure, you ordered iced tea, but you never specified that you wanted it in a glass.”

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2. “I ordered a Big Mac without the extra 3rd bun. What is this?”

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3. “Getting raw chicken and no refund.”

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4. “This was listed on the menu as a ‘breaded pork tenderloin sandwich.’ At this point, why even bother with a bun?”

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5. “I waited a total of 1.5 hours at a pretentious ski lounge for this…”

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6. “The ample amount of lettuce used to wrap my burger when I request no bun.”

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7. “These things were advertised as ‘pizzas.’ €15 each”

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8. “Someone clearly dropped the pizza, but neither place will refund! The delivery service blames the pizza place for dropping it, and the pizza place blames them.”

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9. “They ordered a vegetarian pizza and, technically, that’s what they got.”

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10. “They discovered another way to present nachos with cheese. Not their best idea.”

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11. “Our corn chips came in a Rusty bucket.”

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12. “Ordered a bagel with cream cheese….thanks?”

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13. “Delicious tiramisu —but served in a coffee press”“Delicious tiramisu —but served in a coffee press”

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14. “Ordered mac’n’cheese from a not-unfancy Italian restaurant on my street and got this.”

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15. “An otherwise incredibly delicious Caesar salad, made as inconvenient to eat as possible.”

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16. “Friends ordered a precooked Turkey from a local restaurant.”

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17. “A local pizzeria started using a dough ball instead of the plastic thingies to keep the pizza intact.”

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18. “Are straws really necessary?”

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