A restaurant in Brooklyn, New York is dishing out meals that are leaving diners speechless.
It is a quiet revolution at a Greenpoint Restaurant where every week or so diners get the silent treatment – a four course meal, complete organic meals in complete silence, inspired by a young chef’s time in an eastern culture.
“I spent some time in a Buddist monastery in India when I was in college and we had silent breakfast every day,” said Nicholas Nauman, head chef at “Eat”. “We just ask people to turn off their phones and to remain silent for the remainder of the meal.”
So far, the restaurant says they have not had to discipline anyone for making noise but there have been some close calls.
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