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Denny's Has Nothing on This U.K. Restaurant

Pay What You Want, Owner Says

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Yeah, yeah, yeah. Denny's gave away over 2 million Grand Slams yesterday (and all without the super-hero powers of online buzz!). But that's nothing compared to what this bloke in the U.K. is doing.

The Little Bay restaurant in central London, one of four owned by restaurateur Peter Ilic, will present diners with absolutely nothing when they ask for the cheque during February, leaving it up to them to decide what the meal was worth.

"Anything between a penny and 50 pounds ($70) will make me happy, it's entirely up to the customer to decide," Ilic said.
Nothing good will come of this. I give it a week.

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