A dining experience in the company of the hearing impaired
October 19, 2017
Vitthal's Kitchen, a restaurant in Jaipur, Rajasthan, is trying to offer its customers a unique experience.
Here, the people serving the food are hearing impaired and the place offers a calm and quiet experience.
There is a a specially-designed menu card, which is self-explanatory. Once you decide the order, the waiter comes with an order book and pen and communicates through sign gestures.
The owner, Ashish Sharma, says he thought of the idea as he wanted to connect disabled youth to the rest of society. He plans to hire 100 more people this year.
Watch in Sign Language
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