Raj's Banana Leaf claims dishes washed in murky water by new staff members


A screengrab of the video

PETALING JAYA: Raj’s Banana Leaf restaurant has issued an apology after a video showing its staff washing dishes in a puddle of murky water made rounds on social media.  

In a post on Facebook, Raj’s Banana Leaf claimed the dishes were washed by newly recruited staff members at its Bangsar outlet.  

“This has never happened before and should not have happened.  

“We also want to assure that Raj’s Banana Leaf consistently passes the health inspection conducted regularly.”  

It said it would continue to monitor the restaurant's hygiene and will take strict action against the staff involved.  

“We truly understand your concerns. However, I hope you will still give us a chance to serve you in the future,” the outlet said.  

The 30-second video showed three staff members squatting at the back of the restaurant, scrubbing and rinsing plates in what appears to be a puddle of water in a pothole.  

The video, which was published on Tuesday (May 29), has since garnered over 270,000 views and 6,800 shares.  

Netizens have slammed the restaurant, with many expressing disgust and disbelief over the video.

It is learnt that Kuala Lumpur City Hall health inspectors will be visiting the outlet on Wednesday (May 30).

 


   

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