Monday, May 11, 2015

Signs Restaurant

I visited Signs for a friend's birthday party a couple months back. It is a very interesting experience as the waiters are all deaf. In order to communicate with them, you had to use American Sign Language.

They had pictures of ASL on the walls, and the menu also had pictures of how to order each dish in ASL in them so that we could learn.

While we waited for our food, our server also tried to teach us some conversational ASL. It was really fun learning and utilizing ASL to communicate. 

Here is what we ordered:

Beet Bruschetta and Chick Pea Fries

Potato-crusted Salmon

Buternut Squash Ravioli

Nutella Tiramisu

Pear Apple Crumble

As it was such a different dining experience, I enjoyed it and the food they served was also pretty decent. Everyone I was with enjoyed their meals and I definitely recommend visiting Signs if you want to experience something different.

I also walked away knowing how to say "butternut squash ravioli" in ASL haha (because that is what I ordered), in addition to other simple things such as "hello", "yes", "thank you", "water", etc. Not sure how helpful that will be in the future, but you never know!

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