It all began in Christchurch, New Zealand where an autism specialist and a chef met, and fell in love.
Sarang Kitchen is a new social enterprise Korean restaurant based in Toronto, and our mission is to break down the employment barriers faced by the neurodivergent community.
We believe in providing an inclusive environment for our guests. Our sensory boxes and multi-sensory room allow guests to dine in our restaurant at ease knowing that there are fidgets, weighted blankets, and noise-cancelling headphones they can use, and a sensory room they can relax in if they are feeling overstimulated or anxious. [source]
What if we kissed in the neurodivergent-friendly Korean fried chicken restaurant's multi-sensory room?
Oh, Yelp says it's open until 3:00am, but per Google, it's only open until midnight.
Never forget what COVID took from us.