It escapes me how prosciutto can be so often misspelled, in Italian restaurants, no less.
If I had a dollar for every typo I've found in a restaurant menu - well, I could hire a personal chef.
While it may not be your strength, communicating your offerings with the respect your customers deserve by composing a menu that is correct is simply part of the job as a chef or restaurateur.
Sometimes, when perusing a particularly badly edited menu, I find myself more distracted by the errors than the foams and reductions that should be catching my eye, instead.
It's heartening to know that I'm not the only one who feels this way.