Ever been to a restaurant and the service was so bad that you had to speak to the manager? Well, that will get you nowhere at Karen's Diner. This ain't Disneyland! The staff is rude, the service sucks and management could care less. If you're sensitive or looking for a family-friendly environment this place isn't for you. They don't give a damn about your feelings! Karen's Diner is an Australian restaurant chain, where they unleash their inner angry and deliberately serve an unpleasant dining experience. Doesn't that sound like fun?

This joint is famous for its foul-mouthed customer service, but that's the whole point. You might not want to bring the kids past lunch. That is about the only time minors are welcome, as long as they are accompanied by adults. The waiters and staff have no filter at Karen's Diner. The eatery even posted a warning, strongly recommending that you DO NOT BRING YOUR KIDS past 6 pm on weekdays and 5 pm on weekends!

Karen's Diner is the rudest restaurant on the planet. Verbal abuse starts from the moment you walk into the door and customers can't get enough. It's a hilariously fun experience and customers say the food and drinks are amazing. The only thing that sucks worse than their customer service, is that there are no Karen's Diner restaurant chains in America. For right now, the only locations are in Australia and the United Kingdom. Hopefully, that will change one day very soon. Until then, take a look at how customers are treated at Karen's!

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