When we eat out, we want to feel like restaurants know a thing or two about the food they're preparing for us. We want them to know how to properly cook their food so that we don't spend the night curled over with the worst food poisoning pains. And we want them to know how to keep a kitchen clean so rodents don't end up in our risotto. But we also want them to know how to spell fettuccine and barbecue.
The fastest way a restaurant can lose our confidence is when its can't properly spell the very food it's selling. Now, we're all human. We all make mistakes -- especially when it comes to grammar. We sometimes get a little over excited about commas; we occasionally can't help but end sentences with prepositions; and we definitely make TONS of typos. It's okay. But, when it comes to the food menus, and the fact that there are like 25 words involved max, we expect a little more. Can we all just agree to use dictionaries , please?
Here are the worst, and sadly, most common food typos that appear on menus.