Said a third: ‘No issue with it so long as they accept some oil and ink as payment, deconstructed cash.'
But in a dire twist, the restaurant could face a whopping $50,000 fine over the Anzac biscuit experiment.
Earlier this week it was revealed that companies could face huge penalties if they tamper with the traditional Anzac biscuit recipe, and then attempt to sell the items.
Government regulations state that they cannot be sole as an 'Anzac Day biscuit' if additional ingredients such as chocolate have been added to it.
Anyone found guilty of doing it could face a fine of up to $10,200 - while an official body could have to pay $51,000 for serious breaches in relation to the word 'Anzac' under the Crimes Act of 1914.
It’s all part of the federal government and the The Returned and Services League work to stop companies using Anzac Day for their own commercial gain.
So how DO you make traditional Anzac biscuits? Watch our video here!