Definitely no rats, scary insects or flying cockroaches. Clean tables and chairs from the outlook and hopefully not encrusted with cobwebs and bee hives where the sun don't shine or the cleaners don't wipe.
Chefs/Cooks wearing gloves and hair neatly tucked in their white hats and clean cutleries.
Yesterday, it hit me that all the above just plain hygiene requirements. Story below.
Queuing at the counter to make my order, my eyes wondered around at the colourful food presentations tucked in the showcase counter fridges. I'm lucky I didn't see a rat having it's lunch. But what I saw was worse as the rat wouldn't have chosen it for any meal if it knew.
Ps. The fruits and peppers are fake.... I think. It looked faked to me. Something you can get from a novelty store kind.
Yummy Hummus looks so good with added herbs. NOT! Fur is growing on the food. It's turning feral. It's gonna grow legs soon and start walking. The platter too has a fur coat growing. It must be chilly in there.
I am not sure if those green fur clumps are part of the serving. The tomatoes is heading back to nature and only the gherkins is proving it's worth.
Food samples should be either moulded from plastic or made fresh and replaced before it turns to something else.
Although the feral stuff is covered by cling wrap, doesn't this post as a health or hygiene threat? What about the ones not covered and exposed.
No sort of servable or edible food should share a space in that fridge. Fungus and mold can cause many kinds of food poisoning and sickness.
No wonder the Japanese spend so much time and effort and charge u a bomb for platic food replicas.
I am not sure if I will buy from this stall in future. But looking at the attention they give to their 'food models' I think not. Unless there is no other food left in this world, I hope the spinning kebabs are hot.