A Mexican restaurant, Karne Garibaldi, serves food within seconds of your ordering it. The popular restaurant in Mexico holds the Guinness World Record for fastest food service in 13.5 seconds on August 31, 1996.

This began as a game between waiters to see who could serve their table the fastest. The restaurant to this day serves its customers within one minute of ordering. The dishes are prepared much before the restaurant opens

       

This Mexican restaurant serves your order in just 13.5 seconds

WHAT?

A Mexican restaurant serves your food almost instantly after you order it. While people usually have to wait for half an hour to get their food, Karne Garibaldi, a popular restaurant in Guadalajara, Mexico, holds the Guinness World Record for fastest food service - 13.5 seconds.

HOW?

It all began as a game between waiters to see who could serve their table the fastest. The competition among the waiters led the restaurant to earn the Guinness World Record title.

The waiters at Karne Garibaldi laid out a full menu in just 13.5 seconds on August 31, 1996.

Even today, the restaurant serves its customers within one minute of ordering.

The traditional Mexican food served at the restaurant requires hours of cooking. So, the dishes are prepared much before the restaurant opens. Even after that, putting the food on the plate and bringing it to the customer's table is done in a matter of a few seconds.

The restaurant has only one main course on the menu - carne en su jugo - a regional specialty native to Guadalajara and the western state of Jalisco.

The publicity from setting the Guinness World Record has attracted tourists from across Mexico, the United States, and Europe. Thus, Karne Garibaldi cannot afford to let its standards of service slip.