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Unhygienic foods in restaurants

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One day I bought some shingaras and noodles from an eatery, which smelled odd. I will not buy anything from there again as I happened to see the unhygienic environment of the kitchen. People eat tehari as lunch in this eatery but they do not know what is behind the scene. If you take a close look, you will see that most of the eateries have the same unhygienic kitchen. The outlets look okay. The shingaras and puris look mouth-watering. But just behind the doors, foods are cooked in unhygienic environment. The water that is used for cooking curries, rice and tehari is full of deadly germs. Moreover, the same old oil is used over and over again. A piece of shingara goes well with a cup of tea at your office or while sitting in your balcony and enjoying the evening. But the way those snacks are cooked is dangerous for health. After seeing this, I would not buy anything from those places again. Would you?

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Last month, I had dinner at a restaurant in Chittagong. The boy gave me fish and rice, the fish was sour as it had gone stale. I asked the boy to take it away but they declined. I don't know how to take legal action in such a situation.

: Mong Pru

 

 


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