Friday, 15 November 2013

Owh Shit!!

IPOH 14 Nov. - Pengurus Restoran Nasi Kandar Ayam Merah di Jalan Yang Kalsom di sini hari ini menyangkal keras dakwaan restorannya ditutup susulan penemuan najis manusia di dalam peti simpanan makanan di premis itu.
Mohd Nihmatullah Syed Mustaffah berkata perkara itu yang disebar menerusi laman sosial sejurus selepas notis penutupan dikeluarkan oleh Jabatan Kesihatan petang semalam, merupakan fitnah yang bertujuan menjejaskan perniagaannya.
"Adakah najis orang kita boleh masak? Kenapa cemburu selepas 55 tahun saya berniaga di sini?," katanya kepada pemberita di sini.
Sambil menegaskan penutupan selama dua minggu sehingga 28 Nov itu atas faktor kebersihan, beliau berkata pihak yang tidak bertanggungjawab tersebut mendakwa najis terbabit untuk disalut di sekeliling periuk.
"Kalau ada bukti (saya berbuat demikian) keluarkanlah...," katanya menambah perbuatan tersebut turut menjejaskan imej Perak yang sinonim dengan nasi kandar restorannya yang dikenali sebagai "nasi ganja".
Banyak orang kenamaan termasuk menteri dari luar negara datang menjamu selera di sini, justeru bayangkan apa perasaan mereka jika terbaca dakwaan yang dibuat itu, katanya.
Mohd Nihmatullah, 59, juga menegaskan hanya restorannya ditutup manakala Restoran Vanggey di Greentown yang turut menjual nasi kandar beroperasi seperti biasa.
Restoran Vanggey juga milik keluarga saya, katanya.
Beliau berkata restorannya dijangka beroperasi semula Ahad atau Isnin ini selepas Jabatan Kesihatan melakukan pemeriksaan susulan.
Restoran terbabit diarah tutup selama dua minggu bermula semalam kerana gagal mematuhi tahap kebersihan yang ditetapkan.
Notis perintah tutup premis yang dikeluarkan Penolong Pegawai Kesihatan Persekitaran Pejabat Kesihatan Daerah Kinta Abdul Rahman Ismail, dibuat mengikut Seksyen 11, Akta Makanan 1983. - BERNAMA


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Hahahaha...
Gosh..........
Okay, I actually got this news from my family whatsapp.
And the funny part was, my brother who had been mentioning about this shop and all the nice Indian dishes they serve, in fact is the one who made me aware the existence of this shop which otherwise I know not.

The funny bit of this news was, in my brother's  reply he mentioned that even a three plates of rice servings wont suffice his craving of food from this shop.
And a stopover during work trip north would be a must.

Now, this kind of story -- not on the hygiene because personally I'd think almost all 'mamak' or Indian restaurant big or small has zero to little hygiene -- but the story of them using weird thing in their curries has been going on forever.

I remember there used to be one story about this particular restaurant near my place, supposedly them cooking their curries with used underpants or  man's brief thus why the curries from that shop tasted better than their competitors. Duhhhh....
And, please don't ask me whose brief they might use, but surely it must be the owner's!!...hahahaha....

The culture about food stalls or restaurant operators in Malaysia is that it correlated much with superstitious, black magic and all sort of nonsense. 
The story ranges from putting in things such as ganja to enhance the food and drawing people coming in for more, to  business rival next stall casting spells on your shop so walk ins wont be able to notice your shop, of unless you're the owner (duuhhhh.....) and all other nonsense whatnots. 

What can I say.....







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