In Japan, highway service area signs use the “knife and fork” symbol to let motorists know that there is a restaurant on location.
I’ve never seen the “chopstick” symbol; it must be difficult to draw or something.
note: there should be a “two hand” symbol on highway service area signs, if there is a McDonald’s there.
I was too dazed today.
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