Famous Chennai restaurant introduces Braille menus
Grand by GRT Hotels in Chennai has introduced specially made Braille menus at its global street food restaurant Jai Hind Diner.
The idea was started with the help of the St Louis Institute for Deaf And The Blind.
Braille menus is an initial step forward to make employees more aware and help visually impaired customers in a better way.
The hotel management is also planning to introduce Braille lift buttons at their branches in Tirunelveli and Bengaluru.
They are also working on making its hotels and resorts more accessible for people with disabilities by putting in ramps.
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