Edible Propaganda - IV

Going to the Market, Violence, Food

At one restaurant in Boston they know that serving people can be a pain, and that rude, demanding customers have for too long tyrannised hard-working waiters. The staff here have turned the tables, forcing diners to wear dunce caps covered in bespoke insults.


Pascal Porcheron is a freelance writer and editor who believes in the adage "a soufflé is worth a thousand words". He lives and eats in London.