Get ready to be insulted as a restaurant that has become an internet sensation prepares to open two branches in north London.

Karen’s Diner has made a name for itself after waiters were recorded deliberately mocking customers and rudely serving them as part of an interactive experience.

The idea is inspired from the internet term ‘Karen’, used to describe an older woman who is stereotypically rude and who often complains to management about their service.

London’s first Karen’s Diner will open on March 10 this year at the Hadley Hotel in Hadley Wood, New Barnet.

And for those who are not prepared to travel all that way just to be insulted, another Karen’s is due to open at White Lion Street, Islington, in the former Bill’s restaurant premises on April 14.

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It has become a social media trend to take family members to a Karen’s without letting them know what they are in for, and sharing their reactions on Tik Tok.

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Along with the snarky service, visitors can enjoy a selection of burgers, hot dogs, wings and cocktails.

Online, Karen’s warns: “Rude language is used across our venues. We are not Disneyland. We recommend minors to not attend past 6pm on weekdays and 5pm on weekends.”