Foodie, Mizuho Kudo, shared her experience on twitter, where she ordered a hamburger but instead received gyoza dumplings instead. And you know what? She didn’t mind one bit. She described the food being delicious and everyone at the restaurant were smiling and having great fun.
It’s believed that the pop-up restaurant is the brainchild of Maggie’s Tokyo. An organisation that provides help to families of suffered with cancer. It’s initial aim was to provide a pleasant dining experience that will change the perspective of dementia and help people acknowledge that people with dementia can be functioning members of society.
With the trial period coming to an end, the organisation says that they’ll soon be returning in September for World Alzheimer’s Day.