A RESTAURANT in Dorset is making customers chew over much more than just their meal as it follows in the footsteps of moody rock band Radiohead.
The Penn Central restaurant in the upmarket area of Sandbanks, Poole, is doing away with bills and is instead asking customers to pay whatever they feel to be a reasonable price for their meal
The restaurant has launched an "anti-price" menu, in which punters are asked to pay whatever they feel their meal was worth.
The menu - which runs on Wednesday and Thursday nights -has been introduced in an effort to bring more diners in during the week.
Alcoholic drinks are not included in the offer, but all food and unlimited tap water are included.
Mick Callaghan, the restaurant`s owner, told the Telegraph: "I believe that the majority of people are fair if you give them good food, a good time and a nice place.
"People are quite on the ball on prices and are within a couple of quid of the normal prices."
Mr Callaghan said the scheme was inspired by the band Radiohead, who released their latest album In Rainbows on the internet last year and invited fans to pay what they thought it was worth.