Canadian restaurant employs deaf servers
If you peeked inside the window of Signs, a restaurant and bar in Toronto, Canada, you might not notice anything that separates it from other restaurants. But grab a menu, take a seat, and you'll soon find out what makes this place so special. Signs is the first of its kind in Canada and time will tell if the trend catches on in other cities. Founder Anjan Manikumar's goal was to "deliver a whole new dining experience."
What makes Signs so special? The Ontario-based eating establishment is staffed with deaf waiters. As is implied by the name, customers will order their food and drinks using sign language. Each item on the menu is juxtaposed with symbols that show the customer how to sign for that particular food or drink.
Thus, not only do patrons get a nice meal, they also learn a thing or two.
Take a glimpse inside the restaurant below.