A couple from Rochdale say they're baffled by Zizzi in the Trafford Centre, which they say refused to liquidise food for their disabled son.
Seventeen-year-old Ryan has quadriplegic cerebral palsy. It affects his limbs, means he cant talk and is at risk of choking which is why his food has to be smooth.
When the family eat out they take an electric blender and ask restaurants to mix his food.
But when Chris King went out with Ryan to Zizzi in the Trafford Centre the restaurant refused to serve them, despite having blended food for Ryan on previous visits.
He said: "I was shocked really because it wasn't the first time we eaten there."
"I think its just disgusting especially in this day and age."
In a statement, Zizzi have apologised to Ryan and his family.
The family say they're still shocked by what happened and they simply want businesses to accomodate people with special needs.