‘The Restaurant Of Order Mistakes’ Only Employs Waiters With Dementia, And Every Order Is A Surprise

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This peculiar pop-up restaurant located in Tokyo’s Toyosu district just started its trial opening in early June, and is perfect for those who aren’t craving anything in particular but are spontaneous enough to take in an unexpected serving. The restaurant is named The Restaurant of Order Mistakes because it only employs waitresses who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s. This one of a kind concept suggests that you most probably won’t get your order right, but it shouldn’t be a problem because the service is good and the food, prepared by professionals, is satisfying nonetheless. The smiling faces of the waitresses and the professionally-prepared food would most certainly justify the order mistakes especially when paired with a dash of consideration from your side. Conceived by TV executives and communication experts, the restaurant is a non-profit venture that mainly exists to spread a positive impression about those who suffer from Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
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The Restaurant of Order Mistakes has just opened its doors to offer you a one of a kind dining experience.

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Its developers aim to support a cause by involving those who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s.

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The kitchen is staffed with professionals.

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Hence they only serve exquisite food.

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However, all 6 waitresses have either Dementia or Alzheimer’s.

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To help them in order-taking, they let the customers write down their orders.

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And they serve while wearing their lovely smiles.

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Even with writing the orders down, mistakes are inevitable.

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If you ordered a burger, you might get some dumplings instead.

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Despite the mix up, the customers took it with consideration, and that didn’t hinder them from enjoying the whole experience.

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With a bit of understanding from our side, people suffering from Alzheimer and dementia can play a part in the society.

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