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Serious Hai Di Lao Clark Quay Suspended For Unhygienic Practices, Not Renovation! CNY Dinners Gone Fuck! LOL

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  1. JohnTan

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    SINGAPORE - A Chinese restaurant in Clarke Quay has had operations suspended for two weeks over unsanitary food handling practices.

    The branch for hotpot chain Haidilao has been closed since Sunday (Feb 10), and a company representative told The Straits Times it was "under renovation".

    The restaurant is directly managed by Sichuan Haidilao Catering Co. The group has six other branches in Singapore - at Novena Royal Square, [email protected], IMM Building, VivoCity, Bedok Mall and Plaza Singapura. All these branches remain open.

    The chain has more than 200 outlets in 60 Chinese cities, as well as outlets in Los Angeles, Tokyo, and Seoul.

    The restaurant's Clarke Quay branch in River Valley Road was also fined $800 by the National Environment Agency (NEA) for accumulating 12 demerit points over the past 12 months over the handling of food with bare hands and the selling of unclean food.

    Licensees who accumulate 12 or more demerit points during a 12-month period may have their licences suspended for either two or four weeks, or cancelled, depending on their past record, said the NEA.



    It added that all food handlers working in suspended premises must attend and pass the Basic Food Hygiene Course again before being allowed to resume work.

    The agency said: "NEA takes a serious view of these offences and would like to remind food operators to observe good food and personal hygiene practices at all times, and to engage only registered food handlers."

    The agency reiterated that it would not hesitate to take firm action against anyone found to be in violation of the Environmental Public Health Act. It advised members of the public to call 1800-225-5632 with details of such violations.

    http://www.straitstimes.com/singapo...-chain-suspended-for-unsanitary-food-handling
     
  2. Scrooball (clone)

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    Cheebye NEA talk cock! Fine $800 only , how is it considered a serious offence?!
     
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    Excellent Sabotage!

    CNY bastards booking Clark Query are exactly those bastards Jiak Ang Moh Sai, 吃西洋大粪 like to have CNY Meals at Ang Moh places. Want to bring Ang Moh and Nehs to eat.

    Ruined their Reunion Dinner! Foil their celebration! Bring them whole year Ass Luck 2018! HUAT AH!
     
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    Agree. If so serious, still fine only a miniscule $800.What a joke!
     
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    Singkie govt want to warn Xi that China is a small nation in eye of Great Aryan race of South East Asia.

    Next time we will send all the PRCs holding all sort of rubbish pass and PR packing back to their shit hole.
     
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    Obviously because nobody got sick! NEA should review their policies so as not to cause unnecessary disruption in business operations. :mad:
     
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    this kind of tiong joint must be unhygienic to serve tasty food. otherwise very bland. :p
     
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    When I was growing up in Singapore the best food was always prepared in the most unhygienic conditions and served in rat infested grottos.
     
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    it remains the same in sf chinatown. the newer and cleaner the restaurant the less the crowd is and less tasty the food is. hordes of locals throng at the dirtiest dim sum restaurant and that's where my nose will lead me if i'm up for dim sum.

    newer dim sum restaurant with upscale decor in sf....
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    old dim sum restaurant with dated interior and "dirtier" carpet and furniture...
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    This kind of restaurant, makes more than $800 in 5 minutes...$800 is one 'pee sai'!. Fine them, 10% of the day's taking on an average of weekends, public holiday's, then it is a SERIOUS OFFENCE. What a joke, it is like telling the 'naughty boy', stretch out your hand, & then smack it with a 15 cm ( 6 inches) not even 30cm ( 1foot) long wooden ruler..."ouch!"...that is all & that is a serious offence. Chinaman joint mah!...our beloved Communist brethren from CHINA, must show some face.
     
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    Should suspend their operations for 1 month and hurt them real bad instead of a paltry fine of $800. Hey if u litter, u actually get a heavier fine of $1,000!

    https://www.singaporecriminallawyer.com/littering-jaywalking/

    Are the offences of littering and jaywalking commonly policed? If yes, what is the punishment?

    Littering and Jaywalking are one of Singapore’s most common offences committed. However, we don’t often see the Police arresting people for such offences Littering is commonly policed. In 2012, 7,800 litterbugs were caught. First-time offenders who discard minor litter such as sweet wrappers, cigarette butts and parking coupon tabs improperly are liable for a $300 fine. First-time littering offenders who throw larger items such as plastic bags, food wrappers and drink cups would be issued a fine which can go up to $ 1,000 or a Community Work Order (CWO) of up to 12 hours, or both. To make things worse, offenders are required to wear a bright orange jersey, identifying themselves as the litterbugs while cleaning up the areas. This brings shame to them and hopes to ensure they would not repeat their acts again. The fine for repeat offenders may go up to $5,000. Jaywalking is defined as crossing the road within 50m of a crossing zone, and is commonly policed. Police generally target locations randomly during a Traffic Police Operation. In 2011, 8,650 people were caught jaywalking. Jaywalkers can be fined $20 on the spot. They can also be charged and fined up to $1,000, or jailed up to three months. Repeat offenders may be fined up to $2,000 or jailed up to six months.
     
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    While most local F&B establishment struggled with manpower issues, MOM allows them to bring in, almost unlimited amount of foreign (china) workers to Singapore.
     

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