Just the check, please.
Was a tradesman working on a hotel in a fine city in Alberta. The reason I was working on it was because a new owner was renovating/updating the hotel. Their restaurant had a salad bar. Every single member of the kitchen staff got fired when the new owner discovered that the salad bar hadn’t been cleaned/sterilized in months; they just kept adding more food on top of the old stuff. (svenmullet)
My friend in school talked about how trash the place he works at is. He said stuff like if someone drops a slice of pizza, they’ll pick it up and serve it to the next guy. They’ll do this with all their food. The restaurant part is fancy, but the kitchen is a mess and nobody really cleans it.
How they’re still in business? Well when the first health inspector comes, they’ll fail and they have a certain amount of time to correct it. Then the supervisor of the inspectors comes, who is good friends with the restaurant owner. He passes the restaurant either way. (WirelessTrees)
gross. who’s above the supervisor? (derpderp37)
What flavor is this?
Not a health inspector, but worked at a restaurant that was barely skirting by on health inspections.
We had a big roach problem, but we did a good job keeping them out of the actual food, which I guess is the big thing they look for with health inspections.
The most egregious issue, though, was the time I was making milkshakes and accidentally cut my arm on the metal counter. Well, I didn’t notice how bad the cut was until I saw blood in the ice cream tub. Being a responsible person, I go to throw the ice cream out when the manager interrupts me, saying I should go use the first aid kit and they’ll take care of the ice cream.
Well, I come back to the same tub of ice cream returned to the freezer, but the blood scraped out of it. They kept using the ice cream.
Edit: I want to clarify that they scraped the blood out before continuing to use the ice cream. They did not serve my blood to people directly. (Dougboard)