Montreal Restaurant Offers Free Food to Anyone Who Needs It
That’s why they now give free meals to anyone who needs one.
The Marché Ferdous, a small Mediterranean restaurant in Montreal, put up a sign in their window reading: “People with no money welcome to eat free”.
The Muslim-owned restaurant has reportedly been distributing about 4 to 5 meals a day for the last 4 months. Sean Jalbert, a city local, posted a photo of the restaurant’s sign on social media that went viral.
“Made me smile and warm inside. I paid for my food and told them they were awesome for doing this,” Sean wrote on Facebook. “They said it wasn’t for the holiday season, but all the time because they want to encourage helping each other through tough times. Absolutely incredible.”
“We do not ask any questions, we do not judge people,” the restaurant’s co-owner, Yahya Hashemi, told Canadian media. “They want to eat, [we] give them the food. That’s it, that’s all.”
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