BOCA RATON Fla. Original Pancake House franchisees Mohammed and Carol Sattar, at their restaurant here, are using technology from Menus That Talk to serve non-English speaking guests and others who have difficulty reading conventional bills of fare. "South Florida is a cultural crossroads," said Mohammed "Mo" Sattar. "Not only do we get visitors who don't speak English, but we've got a large retired population. We had to find a way to serve them." Added Carol ...
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