I once came across a pizza place that had evidently once been called Sonic Pizza, but the sign had been crudely amended to read "Soni Pizza." I guess Sega got upset or something.
Not exactly a controversial statement.
Or Blue Waffle.At least it's not Brown Taco.
There's a "Ho Lee Fook" (Translates to "Good fortune for your mouth" in Cantonese) in Hong Kong. I went there, it was great.It was. In fact, the chain got in some trouble over that, and had to redesign their mascot to look less like the Popeye character.
There was one called Food for Thought near where I worked which pissed me off. It wasn't just the name - the whole place had this really self-righteous vibe. It lasted less than a year.
A restaurant in London's Chinatown that always made me giggle childishly was Lee Ho Fook. Sadly it's closed due to rent increases (basically the whole of Chinatown is on borrowed time atm), but the owners appear to have reopened out in Romford. I recently discovered that it got a shout-out in this song: