Food for thought


Total disgrace: Many restaurants extend their food preparation and washing up areas to the rear of their premises which is unhygienic and unlawful. The workers washing their food trays in a pothole filled with putrid, gutter-infused rain water last week must be one of the worst cases of hygiene-flouting in recent memory.

MALAYSIANS know how to enjoy their food but, but the trouble is, we never really pay attention to hygiene standards at eateries.

Many of us are guilty of being extremely tolerant, so long as we like the food served, even if it’s the product of a dirty restaurant.

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