'Restaurant Of Order Mistakes’ Only Employs Waiters With Dementia.
What does it take to have the ultimate dining experience at a restaurant? Most of the time, it requires both delicious food and excellent service. One without the other will turn the time into a memory you don't want to remember.
One of the situations that frustrates customers the most is receiving the wrong dish that they clearly didn't order. You no longer trust your waiter and now you have to either eat something you don't want to eat or wait even longer for your actual dish to come out. But what would happen if you entered a restaurant expecting to receive the wrong order?
Having a good time at a restaurant is much more than eating delicious food.
Your experience at the restaurant also depends on the service you receive from the waiters and waitresses.
And as we all know, one of the biggest buzzkills is receiving the wrong dish.
Ironically enough, one particular restaurant that recently opened up was offering exactly that and only that.
It opened on Friday just last week.
It mysteriously popped up out of nowhere in Tokyo's Toyosu district.
It was called “The Restaurant of Order Mistakes” -- a very fitting name as that was literally what the restaurant offered.
The name is a clever spin on Kenji Miyazawa's 1924 tale, "The Restaurant of Many Orders."
Even the restaurant's logo was a bit teasing.
As you can see in the photo below, the logo had a tongue sticking out and one of the characters written sideways.
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