The chefs behind the eatery Rabat all have developmental disabilities. The initiative was set up 20 years ago by Amna Msefer who wanted to give her daughter, who has disabilities, educational and psychological support.

People eat at a restaurant where food is prepared by people with developmental disabilities in Rabat, Morocco. October 10, 2017.
People eat at a restaurant where food is prepared by people with developmental disabilities in Rabat, Morocco. October 10, 2017. (AP)

A remarkable restaurant in Morocco’s capital offers its guests the opportunity to enjoy a full, fresh and flavourful meal. But what’s most remarkable are the chefs of Rabat: all have developmental disabilities.

The initiative was set up 20 years ago by Amna Msefer who wanted to give Loubna, her daughter who has disabilities, educational and psychological support. 

Msefer wanted to integrate young people into the society, even if they were differently abled. 

Then the Hadaf Association decided to open the centre's canteen to the outside world as a restaurant.

The restaurant is open three days a week and serves around 100 kinds of meals from pastries, to fish salads and meat.

TRT World's Adefemi Akinsanya reports.

Source: TRT World