Like mama said, you better eat your food when you dine at this restaurant. Sydney chef Yukako Ichikawa will throw you out of her restaurant for not finishing all of your food:
''They are picky eaters. I do not want to make food for these people,'' said Ichikawa, 42, who turns away customers not in tune with her homespun philosophy of eating, which partly derives from her horror about a world where people die from hunger.
Six weeks ago, at Wafu, her 30-seat restaurant in Surry Hills, she began offering a 30 per cent discount to patrons who ate all the food they had ordered.
She and her staff tell diners that if they do not leave clean plates, they will not be welcome back. ''Finishing your meal requires that everything is eaten except lemon slices, gari (sushi ginger) and wasabi,'' says the menu, which is tagged ''guilty-free Japanese food''.
''Please also note that vegetables and salad on the side are NOT decorations; they are part of the meal too,'' it says.
No sushi for you! Link (Photo: Marco Del Grande)