the owner of the restaurant Fabian Prioux in New Zealand decided to ban children under twelve years old from his restaurant. According to him, there have been ”celestial”, writes The New Zealand Herald.
It was two months ago in Fabian Prioux, which owns Abbey Road Burgers, Bar & Cafe, forbade children under twelve from his restaurant. Then he opened his place in Nelson in New Zealand for about a year, then have the children caused damage costing many thousands of dollars, according to him, and he has tired.
the Broken chairs, scratched table tops, sabotaged the paintings and the destruction of their menus have led to the ban. In addition, children between the ages of 12-18 have a parent company to reside in the premises.
" this decision has come after a year of drama and problems with the emotionally abusive children. The kids cause damage and the parents says nothing. They have brought in the tables with the knives, the chairs have they ruined by they climbed on them with their shoes and the paintings have been destroyed, "he says according to The New Zealand Harald, and continues:
" We should not have to deal with the damage caused, particularly when the parents are sitting next to and can see what their children are doing.
Since the change has the quality of the work and the customers ' dining experience has improved immensely.
" It has been heavenly. We have received feedback from people saying that it was a good decision.
Some parents upset
They have lost a particular source of income then they have to deny some families, but at the same time attracts more people in, and with that they now have somewhere to eat where they will not be disturbed by children. For example, those who are out on business dinners.
" some parents have said that it is good for when they go out, they do not want to take their children and they hate to go somewhere where it's noisy.
However, it was a tough decision to take as not everyone is happy with.
– of Course, some families come here with their children and are now upset that they can't eat our food anymore. Some do not understand, but I don't really care. Most customers have only said good things and I think that the decision is positive in the end.
in Fabian Prioux, who is originally from France, has worked in the restaurant industry in eight years ' time. According to him, he has not experienced so many emotionally abusive children, which he made during his time in New Zealand. And then he has lived in France, Norway and the Uk, " he says. Fabian Prioux think it is about the lack of education.
– When you are in a place like a restaurant, you must teach your children that it is not a playground and that one must behave. As soon as you say to another child, so the parents angry. But they do nothing themselves. It makes it all the more difficult, " he says according to The New Zealand Harald.