A charity cafe in Belfast Titanic has proved that honesty actually does pay. The café takes the bill into an honesty box and allows the customers to pay whatever they assume is fitting.
The Dock in the Titanic Quarter in Belfast was originally opened up on a pop-up basis. However, it has been proved so successful during the past 15 months that it has opened an extension too.
Reverend Chris Bennett, the minister in Church of Ireland, runs the café with the help of counterparts from other beliefs in Northern Ireland. He described the café as a living room for the community.
Bennett said that they might suggest a price to the foreign visitors who do not know the price of foods in this place. However, for 99 times out of 100, they let people to decide what would be the fair price for a particular food item.
David Gavaghan, the chief executive of Titanic Quarter, said that the café has become a community nucleus for the people living in that area.