In Good Taste?

A restaurant’s name is almost as important as the type of food it’s serving. Restaurant names can reflect themes, food or even locations. Great names are easy to remember, tell a story and leave a positive impression on patrons.

ZAGAT.com, a provider of user-generated restaurant reviews and ratings, recently complied a list of names that do just the opposite. Here’s their list (in alphabetical order) of the top ten “worst” restaurant names across the country.

Asellina
Beaver Choice
Big Wong
Crabby Dick’s
Fu King Chinese
Goat Lips
9021Pho
Phat Phuc
Pink Taco

I don’t think they’re all bad. Most are funny and extremely memorable. I do have a few favorites. Which ones do “Fu” like?

August 10, 2011 · Posted by in branding, marketing  

Comments

2 Responses to “In Good Taste?”

  1. April on August 11th, 2011 2:53 pm

    My favorite would have to be Phat Phuc. I’m assuming that one’s in Wisconsin? :)

  2. Pete on August 13th, 2011 2:42 pm

    I just drove past Crabby Dick’s yesterday! (Yes, I’m in Delaware.)