A fast food restaurant chain in South Africa wanted to make sure that everyone enjoyed their hamburgers. Including those that can't actually see what they're eating.

Chefs at Wimpy Burger carefully crafted 15 hamburgers that read "100 percent beef burger made for you" in braille across the top bun using tweezers and sesame seeds. The burgers were then delivered to the three biggest institutes for the blind where the recipients could finally "see" what they were eating. "See" for yourself:

No word on whether Wimpy will make these a permanent part of the menu, but even if they don't, it was a nice gesture from the company who wants to make sure that "everyone can fell at home."