A review of the memories of Japan restaurant

A review of the Memories of Japan restaurant – a must visit for the holidays
By Donna J. Jodhan

Introduction:
This wonderful restaurant is located at DonMills and Eglington in North York
Toronto.
It serves top notch Japanese food that you can have either a la carte or
have the shef prepare for you as you sit at the cooking table.

I have been there so many times over the years with friends and family and
each time I have enjoyed my meal.
Here is one experience that I shall always treasure.
Where the chef at the open cook table where meals are prepared in front of
the customer, this wonderful man simply made my day when he described where
he was putting various servings of food on my plate. No fuss, no muss, and
just someone who knew exactly how to communicate with me as a vision impared
person.

So how would I rate their services? With 1 being the lowest and 5 being the
highest, here are my ratings.
Service desk assistance – 4
Assistance for guests with special needs – 4
Assistance at restaurant – 4

Remarks :
For whereas there is enough room for wheelchairs and walkers to maneuver,
there is still a bit of room for improvement.

About staff:
Waitresses and waiters are quite friendly but there could be some training
given to them when it comes to communicating with persons with special needs
and except for that one great shef, they are on the whole quite friendly but
I am not sure if they are comfortable communicating with someone with a
vision impairment.

My meal:
I have always sat at the cooking table and their cooking is simply
delightful and yummy.

Any suggestions?
Just a bit of training for staff so that they are better able to communicate
with persons with special needs.

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