Signs is the first Canadian restaurant with deaf staff and they promote the use of American Sign Language with helpful sign language cards at each table. I was a little worried at first that speaking out loud at Signs would be impolite, but the wait staff didn't try to quiet our table. It was a novel experience learning basic ASL and it really makes you realize how much we take our hearing and communication for granted.
Beautifully presented and actually quite filling. I liked the textures of the different types of mushrooms, panko crumble and soft ravioli pasta.
The berry cake was light and fluffy and it wasn't too sweet. It looked really pretty too!
Overall: It was an interesting experience and it also made me appreciate eating with all my senses (the food was also a feast for the eyes).