'Restaurant Of Order Mistakes’ Only Employs Waiters With Dementia.
Alright, so the restaurant's name is clever but why would any business owner want to name their establishment that?
Well, the pop-up restaurant is special -- it purposely hired food servers who have dementia and Alzheimer's.
The restaurant wanted to hire staff members with dementia to intentionally get the customers' orders wrong.
Unfortunately, the pop-up restaurant was on a trial period and was only open from June 2nd-4th, this year.
The restaurants' organizers wanted people to go in, expecting to receive the wrong order.
Dining in with services like this changes a person's view on those who suffer from memory issues.
By dining in such an establishment, the organizers also hope to teach and spread an important message.
That is with a little bit of understanding and patience from our end, people with dementia and Alzheimer's can very much be functioning members in society.
Food blogger Mizuho Kudo attended the special event and went to Twitter to write about her experience.
When she dined in at the restaurant, she ordered a hamburger, but received gyoza dumplings instead.
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