The Seven Mile Beach Kiosk Café in Gerroa, New South Wales, doesn’t just serve its customers good coffee, but also a lesson in politeness. In order to reinforce the importance of being nice, the café’s owners are actually charging people different rates for coffee, depending on how they ask for it.
Just so this doesn’t confuse their customers, they’ve put up a sign outside the café explaining their innovative pricing policy.
“Common courtesy is less common, and we’re trying to bring it back,” Chilver said. “We are in the service industry but we deserve as much respect as anyone else. Please and thank you go a long way.”
Indeed, they do!
Good for them! I hope this idea catches on. 🙂