Friday, 2 October 2009

Gaelaj Menuoj

…de la Press & Journal:

Menus at an Inverness hotel have given new food for thought.

For the Royal Highland Hotel is one of the first in the city to have its menus in both English and Gaelic.

The hotel in Academy Street is also planning to introduce multi-lingual signs around the premises.

The new menus were introduced to help increase the popularity of the traditional Highland language and to link it to food.

Yesterday, a member of staff, who did not want to be named, said: “We found that most of the places we looked at don’t use Gaelic.

“It’s the traditional language of the Highlands, and we decided to use it to link it back to the country and with food.“Our customers seem to really appreciate it."...

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