I did wonder about the handwritten signs all over Chinatown. Are they impeccable? Would we worry about the restaurant in general if they weren't? Or is there a difference between a written sign and presumably more costly wall decor?
(I don't have a position on any of this; just questions.)
As I have been told by bi and try-lingual friends when eating in Flushing and other C'towns, the signs are not always coherent in the "mother language" there either. Hey, it's not like you won't find grammatical & spelling errors on English menus when the owners of the place are born here and raised with English being their primary language. Like we didn't recently have a President who mis-pronounced & misused words and would probably misspell them as well. However, you would think that a place like Babu Ji, already established in an almost English speaking country like Australia, would not paint its walls with this stuff.