Southend Council shuts takeaway after raw sewage found in kitchen

Southend Standard: Southend takeaway closed after sewage found in kitchen Southend takeaway closed after sewage found in kitchen

A FAST food restaurant has been closed down after staff were found wading in raw sewage while preparing food in the kitchen.

Southend Council’s environmental health officers were left stunned when they carried out a routine spot check on Krisspy(cor) Fried Chicken at 68 London Road, Southend. The place was shut down straight away.

A note, currently in the shop window, states it has been closed due to sewage leaking from a faulty toilet and broken pipe.
The notice concludes: “It is considered that foods are exposed to a serious risk of contamination.”

A council spokesman said the owner Umer Walli appeared to have made no attempt to rectify the problem before opening up to unsuspecting customers.
This comes just a week after Mr Walli of Hainault Avenue, Westcliff, pleaded not guilty at Southend Magistrates’ Court to five offences concerning the takeaway - he will appear at crown court on December 12.

Southend Council had issued five failure to comply enforcement notices concerning the times the outlet opened and the failure to remove an unauthorised extractor fan.

It was during a routine check to see if these notices had now been complied with that the filthy kitchen was discovered.

A council spokesman said: “Officers found sewage on the kitchen floor from a sewer but they were still trading!”

“It was considered to be a risk to public health and the premises was closed immediately.
“The problem has to be rectified and the premises must be thoroughly disinfected before it can open again. We won’t allow it to open otherwise.”

A defiant Mr Walli said: "We had a minor gutter problem that has now been sorted.

"I am 21-years-old and I bought this business on August 15 last year and since then the council has treated me really badly.

"I don't know what the council has against me or perhaps the previous owner, but they have made being here difficult.
"I am taking the council to court."

A hearing took place at Southend Magistrates’ court relating to the council’s closure of the premises using a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Order.


 

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8:23pm Fri 30 Nov 12

supershrimper says...

Disgusting. I'm glad they closed it straight away and didn't leave it to be reviewed.
Disgusting. I'm glad they closed it straight away and didn't leave it to be reviewed. supershrimper
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8:26pm Fri 30 Nov 12

j-w says...

walli by name wally by nature.
walli by name wally by nature. j-w
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9:06pm Fri 30 Nov 12

mikepaterson says...

I guess the standard Eco poetic license applies to pump a story up.

Whilst disgusting, I doubt very much that the "staff were found wading in raw sewage "

By my reckoning that would mean 2-3 foot of raw sewage in the kitchen.

Come on Echo you can do better!
I guess the standard Eco poetic license applies to pump a story up. Whilst disgusting, I doubt very much that the "staff were found wading in raw sewage " By my reckoning that would mean 2-3 foot of raw sewage in the kitchen. Come on Echo you can do better! mikepaterson
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9:22pm Fri 30 Nov 12

echoforum says...

I've eaten chicken there on a few occasions and wonder what the secret was to their famous KRISSPY coating ...now I know.
I've eaten chicken there on a few occasions and wonder what the secret was to their famous KRISSPY coating ...now I know. echoforum
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9:23pm Fri 30 Nov 12

DogsMessInLeigh says...

well what ever the amount of sewage there was...its been closed down, these places should be checked regular, they look ok from the front but customers never see behind the scenes., i wouldn't use any of them.
well what ever the amount of sewage there was...its been closed down, these places should be checked regular, they look ok from the front but customers never see behind the scenes., i wouldn't use any of them. DogsMessInLeigh
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9:47pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Aint it just the truth says...

If Mr Walli thinks he has been "treated badly" by Southend Council he is in the wrong business.
If Mr Walli thinks he has been "treated badly" by Southend Council he is in the wrong business. Aint it just the truth
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10:55pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Test Tickle says...

Shut him down permanently and ban him from ever working in the food trade again, and do the same for anyone else that gets caught preparing food in unhygienic conditions and selling it to the public.
Shut him down permanently and ban him from ever working in the food trade again, and do the same for anyone else that gets caught preparing food in unhygienic conditions and selling it to the public. Test Tickle
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6:06am Sat 1 Dec 12

nomoretogo says...

looks like your in the **** mate and you deserve everything you get.
looks like your in the **** mate and you deserve everything you get. nomoretogo
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9:08am Sat 1 Dec 12

Brunning999 says...

Excellent having been a victim of (food) poisoning and the real term should be poisoning I am delighted closing these filthy scumbag run dumps is absolutely vital.

Hopefully they will be fined such an amount that they will be forced into bankruptcy.

I have no time for these people who often have no training, no qualifications and often come from the third world and believe they can trade like in India etc, that is not racist just fact.
Excellent having been a victim of (food) poisoning and the real term should be poisoning I am delighted closing these filthy scumbag run dumps is absolutely vital. Hopefully they will be fined such an amount that they will be forced into bankruptcy. I have no time for these people who often have no training, no qualifications and often come from the third world and believe they can trade like in India etc, that is not racist just fact. Brunning999
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9:11am Sat 1 Dec 12

Brunning999 says...

Sorry should have mentioned what about these mobile burger kebab vans parked in laybys etc they do not even have toilets please please do them next!!!!
Sorry should have mentioned what about these mobile burger kebab vans parked in laybys etc they do not even have toilets please please do them next!!!! Brunning999
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9:28am Sat 1 Dec 12

Eric Whim says...

echoforum wrote:
I've eaten chicken there on a few occasions and wonder what the secret was to their famous KRISSPY coating ...now I know.
beat me to it!
[quote][p][bold]echoforum[/bold] wrote: I've eaten chicken there on a few occasions and wonder what the secret was to their famous KRISSPY coating ...now I know.[/p][/quote]beat me to it! Eric Whim
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9:39am Sat 1 Dec 12

Rochford Rob says...

Brunning999 wrote:
Sorry should have mentioned what about these mobile burger kebab vans parked in laybys etc they do not even have toilets please please do them next!!!!
They are mobile and the regulatory authorities are only concerned should they obstruct the highway. When I had a small business the Food Safety bods visited regularly, all staff were trained at my expense and records had to be kept.

As for Mr Walli, another of those recently arrived to 'enrich us' - with E-Coli mainly by the sound of it.

Expect him to flourish the 'race card' shortly.
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: Sorry should have mentioned what about these mobile burger kebab vans parked in laybys etc they do not even have toilets please please do them next!!!![/p][/quote]They are mobile and the regulatory authorities are only concerned should they obstruct the highway. When I had a small business the Food Safety bods visited regularly, all staff were trained at my expense and records had to be kept. As for Mr Walli, another of those recently arrived to 'enrich us' - with E-Coli mainly by the sound of it. Expect him to flourish the 'race card' shortly. Rochford Rob
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9:56am Sat 1 Dec 12

saddo99 says...

Why is anyone surprised? You,d probably get a shock if you went into any kitchen in any restaurant. I only eat what I prepare for myself.
Why is anyone surprised? You,d probably get a shock if you went into any kitchen in any restaurant. I only eat what I prepare for myself. saddo99
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10:37am Sat 1 Dec 12

reptile says...

Seems London Road is only fast food and charity shops now.
Seems London Road is only fast food and charity shops now. reptile
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11:37am Sat 1 Dec 12

Nebs says...

What's up with the Food Standards Agency website? Nothing seems to be showing up for the borough of Southend....
http://ratings.food.
gov.uk/search/en-GB?
sm=1

Is it still the case that a change of ownership wipes the slate clean as far as food hygiene ratings are concerned. If, for example, another member of the family took over the business then no explanation of this closure would be available to the public as the closure did not relate to the new owner.
Don't know if they have changed the rules, but this used to happen quite a bit, as soon as you were closed or got a 1 star rating the business changed hands, thereby removing the old rating, and the new owner cleaned the place up and then applied for their own rating.
What's up with the Food Standards Agency website? Nothing seems to be showing up for the borough of Southend.... http://ratings.food. gov.uk/search/en-GB? sm=1 Is it still the case that a change of ownership wipes the slate clean as far as food hygiene ratings are concerned. If, for example, another member of the family took over the business then no explanation of this closure would be available to the public as the closure did not relate to the new owner. Don't know if they have changed the rules, but this used to happen quite a bit, as soon as you were closed or got a 1 star rating the business changed hands, thereby removing the old rating, and the new owner cleaned the place up and then applied for their own rating. Nebs
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11:57am Sat 1 Dec 12

largo1 says...

ewww yuck, that is absolutely disgusting!
ewww yuck, that is absolutely disgusting! largo1
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12:19pm Sat 1 Dec 12

colsmith says...

21 years of age....."Don't know what the Council has against me"...Now the dirty little scrout will no doubt play the race card. Lock the disgusting little s*it up and chop both his bloody hands off...How can a gutter problem cause raw crap to be in the kitchen??

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!
21 years of age....."Don't know what the Council has against me"...Now the dirty little scrout will no doubt play the race card. Lock the disgusting little s*it up and chop both his bloody hands off...How can a gutter problem cause raw crap to be in the kitchen?? Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!! colsmith
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12:22pm Sat 1 Dec 12

Eric Whim says...

colsmith wrote:
21 years of age....."Don't know what the Council has against me"...Now the dirty little scrout will no doubt play the race card. Lock the disgusting little s*it up and chop both his bloody hands off...How can a gutter problem cause raw crap to be in the kitchen??

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!
is the khasi on the roof?
[quote][p][bold]colsmith[/bold] wrote: 21 years of age....."Don't know what the Council has against me"...Now the dirty little scrout will no doubt play the race card. Lock the disgusting little s*it up and chop both his bloody hands off...How can a gutter problem cause raw crap to be in the kitchen?? Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!![/p][/quote]is the khasi on the roof? Eric Whim
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2:24pm Sat 1 Dec 12

sosad 1 says...

Brunning999 wrote:
asbo industries inc wrote:
if you choose to eat the scheiss these purveyors of bowel cancer dish up you deserve everything you get.
That ain't nice!

You R- Sole.
brunning youok i agree with you again wishing the big c on anyone not nice
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]asbo industries inc[/bold] wrote: if you choose to eat the scheiss these purveyors of bowel cancer dish up you deserve everything you get.[/p][/quote]That ain't nice! You R- Sole.[/p][/quote]brunning youok i agree with you again wishing the big c on anyone not nice sosad 1
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4:59pm Sat 1 Dec 12

Devils Advocate says...

mikepaterson wrote:
I guess the standard Eco poetic license applies to pump a story up.

Whilst disgusting, I doubt very much that the "staff were found wading in raw sewage "

By my reckoning that would mean 2-3 foot of raw sewage in the kitchen.

Come on Echo you can do better!
"Echo dramatising the story?" I think on this single occasion the Echo has been perhaps a little understated!

You are considered wading if the water covers any part of the upper of your shoe. Ask any shoe shop if your shoes let in water.

But surely, you only have to read the 21 year old's side of this story to form your opinion. "It's not my fault" seems not to be limited to the post 1960-born English people then!

A manger he may be. Facing his responsibilities he is not! Fry him in his own rancid oil and be done with him!
[quote][p][bold]mikepaterson[/bold] wrote: I guess the standard Eco poetic license applies to pump a story up. Whilst disgusting, I doubt very much that the "staff were found wading in raw sewage " By my reckoning that would mean 2-3 foot of raw sewage in the kitchen. Come on Echo you can do better![/p][/quote]"Echo dramatising the story?" I think on this single occasion the Echo has been perhaps a little understated! You are considered wading if the water covers any part of the upper of your shoe. Ask any shoe shop if your shoes let in water. But surely, you only have to read the 21 year old's side of this story to form your opinion. "It's not my fault" seems not to be limited to the post 1960-born English people then! A manger he may be. Facing his responsibilities he is not! Fry him in his own rancid oil and be done with him! Devils Advocate
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5:02pm Sat 1 Dec 12

asbo industries inc says...

maybe you should be a bit more conscious of the crapp you shovel into your body. cue library pictures of whales eating greasy takeaways on street corners
maybe you should be a bit more conscious of the crapp you shovel into your body. cue library pictures of whales eating greasy takeaways on street corners asbo industries inc
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5:03pm Sat 1 Dec 12

Devils Advocate says...

asbo industries inc wrote:
maybe you should be a bit more conscious of the crapp you shovel into your body. cue library pictures of whales eating greasy takeaways on street corners
Why sinle out the Welsh?
[quote][p][bold]asbo industries inc[/bold] wrote: maybe you should be a bit more conscious of the crapp you shovel into your body. cue library pictures of whales eating greasy takeaways on street corners[/p][/quote]Why sinle out the Welsh? Devils Advocate
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5:04pm Sat 1 Dec 12

Devils Advocate says...

Oh no! should have been "Why single out the Welsh?"

This Windows 8! :(
Oh no! should have been "Why single out the Welsh?" This Windows 8! :( Devils Advocate
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5:07pm Sat 1 Dec 12

asbo industries inc says...

Devils Advocate wrote:
asbo industries inc wrote:
maybe you should be a bit more conscious of the crapp you shovel into your body. cue library pictures of whales eating greasy takeaways on street corners
Why sinle out the Welsh?
the life expectancy of males living in the govan in glasgow is 55. principally because they eat this every day. masters of own own destiny??
[quote][p][bold]Devils Advocate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]asbo industries inc[/bold] wrote: maybe you should be a bit more conscious of the crapp you shovel into your body. cue library pictures of whales eating greasy takeaways on street corners[/p][/quote]Why sinle out the Welsh?[/p][/quote]the life expectancy of males living in the govan in glasgow is 55. principally because they eat this every day. masters of own own destiny?? asbo industries inc
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5:08pm Sat 1 Dec 12

SpiffSpaffington1984 says...

thats disgusting i would never eat at 1 of these places, as you can see by the guys response he's clearly a dirtbag who shouldnt even be running a business let alone serving food
thats disgusting i would never eat at 1 of these places, as you can see by the guys response he's clearly a dirtbag who shouldnt even be running a business let alone serving food SpiffSpaffington1984
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5:13pm Sat 1 Dec 12

ddf35 says...

Nebs - I emailed SBC about why the ratings for southend were not appearing on the food.gov.uk/ratings as I use the service quite often.

They replied that the data held on the site was out of date and inaccurate and they felt it was better to take it down until it could be updated. This is what they said

"We changed our database for all Regulatory Services a few months ago and unfortunately the old information did not transfer automatically. The process of inputting data into the new database manually for all premises is taking longer than was first thought and the method of uploading ratings to the Food Standards Agency site requires information for all of our premises to be on the system. We have been aware that for some time, more and more of our displayed FHRS ratings have become inaccurate. Accordingly we have asked the Food Standards Agency to temporarily remove our data from the FHRS site. We are fully behind the aims of FHRS and want to get back on to it as soon as possible. In the mean time businesses are still given their stickers and certificates showing their FHRS rating which they are encouraged to display voluntarily in order to inform customers. I hope that you and other Southend residents will be able to access this important information again soon."

This is fair enough, but you cant make an informed choice of where to visit, or what take away or restaurant to use from your own home, or ahead of time. You have to be there to look at the window. I hope they sort it soon.
Nebs - I emailed SBC about why the ratings for southend were not appearing on the food.gov.uk/ratings as I use the service quite often. They replied that the data held on the site was out of date and inaccurate and they felt it was better to take it down until it could be updated. This is what they said "We changed our database for all Regulatory Services a few months ago and unfortunately the old information did not transfer automatically. The process of inputting data into the new database manually for all premises is taking longer than was first thought and the method of uploading ratings to the Food Standards Agency site requires information for all of our premises to be on the system. We have been aware that for some time, more and more of our displayed FHRS ratings have become inaccurate. Accordingly we have asked the Food Standards Agency to temporarily remove our data from the FHRS site. We are fully behind the aims of FHRS and want to get back on to it as soon as possible. In the mean time businesses are still given their stickers and certificates showing their FHRS rating which they are encouraged to display voluntarily in order to inform customers. I hope that you and other Southend residents will be able to access this important information again soon." This is fair enough, but you cant make an informed choice of where to visit, or what take away or restaurant to use from your own home, or ahead of time. You have to be there to look at the window. I hope they sort it soon. ddf35
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5:18pm Sat 1 Dec 12

asbo industries inc says...

ddf35 wrote:
Nebs - I emailed SBC about why the ratings for southend were not appearing on the food.gov.uk/ratings as I use the service quite often.

They replied that the data held on the site was out of date and inaccurate and they felt it was better to take it down until it could be updated. This is what they said

"We changed our database for all Regulatory Services a few months ago and unfortunately the old information did not transfer automatically. The process of inputting data into the new database manually for all premises is taking longer than was first thought and the method of uploading ratings to the Food Standards Agency site requires information for all of our premises to be on the system. We have been aware that for some time, more and more of our displayed FHRS ratings have become inaccurate. Accordingly we have asked the Food Standards Agency to temporarily remove our data from the FHRS site. We are fully behind the aims of FHRS and want to get back on to it as soon as possible. In the mean time businesses are still given their stickers and certificates showing their FHRS rating which they are encouraged to display voluntarily in order to inform customers. I hope that you and other Southend residents will be able to access this important information again soon."

This is fair enough, but you cant make an informed choice of where to visit, or what take away or restaurant to use from your own home, or ahead of time. You have to be there to look at the window. I hope they sort it soon.
it's a here today, gone tomorrow deep fried chicken junk food sewer. what further information could you possibly require?
[quote][p][bold]ddf35[/bold] wrote: Nebs - I emailed SBC about why the ratings for southend were not appearing on the food.gov.uk/ratings as I use the service quite often. They replied that the data held on the site was out of date and inaccurate and they felt it was better to take it down until it could be updated. This is what they said "We changed our database for all Regulatory Services a few months ago and unfortunately the old information did not transfer automatically. The process of inputting data into the new database manually for all premises is taking longer than was first thought and the method of uploading ratings to the Food Standards Agency site requires information for all of our premises to be on the system. We have been aware that for some time, more and more of our displayed FHRS ratings have become inaccurate. Accordingly we have asked the Food Standards Agency to temporarily remove our data from the FHRS site. We are fully behind the aims of FHRS and want to get back on to it as soon as possible. In the mean time businesses are still given their stickers and certificates showing their FHRS rating which they are encouraged to display voluntarily in order to inform customers. I hope that you and other Southend residents will be able to access this important information again soon." This is fair enough, but you cant make an informed choice of where to visit, or what take away or restaurant to use from your own home, or ahead of time. You have to be there to look at the window. I hope they sort it soon.[/p][/quote]it's a here today, gone tomorrow deep fried chicken junk food sewer. what further information could you possibly require? asbo industries inc
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5:28pm Sat 1 Dec 12

ddf35 says...

Im not talking about that place in particular, i dont want to go there. But in terms of making informed decisions about anywhere in the Borough to eat, the data is important.

in regards to that particular place, i think most people would look at the place in question and not go there, but you wouldnt know if you were ordering take away from not right in front of it. Which is my point, there is no need to be so condescending :-/
Im not talking about that place in particular, i dont want to go there. But in terms of making informed decisions about anywhere in the Borough to eat, the data is important. in regards to that particular place, i think most people would look at the place in question and not go there, but you wouldnt know if you were ordering take away from not right in front of it. Which is my point, there is no need to be so condescending :-/ ddf35
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6:29pm Sat 1 Dec 12

muffindamule says...

saddo99 wrote:
Why is anyone surprised? You,d probably get a shock if you went into any kitchen in any restaurant. I only eat what I prepare for myself.
A few years ago I would have agreed with you but I once asked the proprietor of an Indian restaurant in Billericay if i might take a look at his kitchen. The reason I gave (and a true one) was that I had been interested in Indian cooking for a long time and would like to see how the proffesionals go about it. To my surprise, the proprietor not only agreed to show me his kitchen but also gave me a guided tour and explained the various methods employed there. The kitchen was not only clean and well organised but the staff (I believe there were four cooks on duty at the time) were kitted out in clean aprons and chef's hats. Whilst this may well not be the case in some other restaurants I now eat at this particular place quite regularly and have no qualms whatsoever regarding hygiene. The food is jolly tasty too. I recommend the Chicken Dhansak.
[quote][p][bold]saddo99[/bold] wrote: Why is anyone surprised? You,d probably get a shock if you went into any kitchen in any restaurant. I only eat what I prepare for myself.[/p][/quote]A few years ago I would have agreed with you but I once asked the proprietor of an Indian restaurant in Billericay if i might take a look at his kitchen. The reason I gave (and a true one) was that I had been interested in Indian cooking for a long time and would like to see how the proffesionals go about it. To my surprise, the proprietor not only agreed to show me his kitchen but also gave me a guided tour and explained the various methods employed there. The kitchen was not only clean and well organised but the staff (I believe there were four cooks on duty at the time) were kitted out in clean aprons and chef's hats. Whilst this may well not be the case in some other restaurants I now eat at this particular place quite regularly and have no qualms whatsoever regarding hygiene. The food is jolly tasty too. I recommend the Chicken Dhansak. muffindamule
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11:18pm Sat 1 Dec 12

Nebs says...

ddf35 wrote:
Nebs - I emailed SBC about why the ratings for southend were not appearing on the food.gov.uk/ratings as I use the service quite often.

They replied that the data held on the site was out of date and inaccurate and they felt it was better to take it down until it could be updated. This is what they said

"We changed our database for all Regulatory Services a few months ago and unfortunately the old information did not transfer automatically. The process of inputting data into the new database manually for all premises is taking longer than was first thought and the method of uploading ratings to the Food Standards Agency site requires information for all of our premises to be on the system. We have been aware that for some time, more and more of our displayed FHRS ratings have become inaccurate. Accordingly we have asked the Food Standards Agency to temporarily remove our data from the FHRS site. We are fully behind the aims of FHRS and want to get back on to it as soon as possible. In the mean time businesses are still given their stickers and certificates showing their FHRS rating which they are encouraged to display voluntarily in order to inform customers. I hope that you and other Southend residents will be able to access this important information again soon."

This is fair enough, but you cant make an informed choice of where to visit, or what take away or restaurant to use from your own home, or ahead of time. You have to be there to look at the window. I hope they sort it soon.
Thanks for the info.
[quote][p][bold]ddf35[/bold] wrote: Nebs - I emailed SBC about why the ratings for southend were not appearing on the food.gov.uk/ratings as I use the service quite often. They replied that the data held on the site was out of date and inaccurate and they felt it was better to take it down until it could be updated. This is what they said "We changed our database for all Regulatory Services a few months ago and unfortunately the old information did not transfer automatically. The process of inputting data into the new database manually for all premises is taking longer than was first thought and the method of uploading ratings to the Food Standards Agency site requires information for all of our premises to be on the system. We have been aware that for some time, more and more of our displayed FHRS ratings have become inaccurate. Accordingly we have asked the Food Standards Agency to temporarily remove our data from the FHRS site. We are fully behind the aims of FHRS and want to get back on to it as soon as possible. In the mean time businesses are still given their stickers and certificates showing their FHRS rating which they are encouraged to display voluntarily in order to inform customers. I hope that you and other Southend residents will be able to access this important information again soon." This is fair enough, but you cant make an informed choice of where to visit, or what take away or restaurant to use from your own home, or ahead of time. You have to be there to look at the window. I hope they sort it soon.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the info. Nebs
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1:47pm Sun 2 Dec 12

bongking says...

**** every where good mixed with chicken!!
**** every where good mixed with chicken!! bongking
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3:31pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Devils Advocate says...

I was just thinking. they showed on TV someplace where they were using chicken that had gone off, cutting off the worst bits and then processing it for human use. Not sure now where in the UK it was, but we all know the dangers of salmonella but don't get the choice when we buy ready prepared. Beginning to wonder, Is there such a place as 4th world? If it exists, guess where it is!
I was just thinking. they showed on TV someplace where they were using chicken that had gone off, cutting off the worst bits and then processing it for human use. Not sure now where in the UK it was, but we all know the dangers of salmonella but don't get the choice when we buy ready prepared. Beginning to wonder, Is there such a place as 4th world? If it exists, guess where it is! Devils Advocate
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9:40am Mon 3 Dec 12

r6keith says...

saddo99 wrote:
Why is anyone surprised? You,d probably get a shock if you went into any kitchen in any restaurant. I only eat what I prepare for myself.
Living life in the fast lane then ? Cars and planes crash do you drive and fly ? Im sorry but feel the blanket no eating out system you are using is just to extreme , lifes to short live a little.
[quote][p][bold]saddo99[/bold] wrote: Why is anyone surprised? You,d probably get a shock if you went into any kitchen in any restaurant. I only eat what I prepare for myself.[/p][/quote]Living life in the fast lane then ? Cars and planes crash do you drive and fly ? Im sorry but feel the blanket no eating out system you are using is just to extreme , lifes to short live a little. r6keith
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1:31pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Alekhine says...

The customer in the picture has made the unfortunate choice of white trousers.
The customer in the picture has made the unfortunate choice of white trousers. Alekhine
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3:00pm Mon 3 Dec 12

pixiewixie says...

Mr Walli says "I don't know what the council has against me or perhaps the previous owner, but they have made being here difficult.
"I am taking the council to court."
So are we to understand from this that it is the councils fault he had sewage in his kitchen and the councils fault that he chose to ignore the obvious health risks to potential customers and carry on trading! As to taking them to court, on what grounds - protecting the public health.
Mr Walli says "I don't know what the council has against me or perhaps the previous owner, but they have made being here difficult. "I am taking the council to court." So are we to understand from this that it is the councils fault he had sewage in his kitchen and the councils fault that he chose to ignore the obvious health risks to potential customers and carry on trading! As to taking them to court, on what grounds - protecting the public health. pixiewixie
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6:38pm Mon 3 Dec 12

eddicaine says...

The council have treated him badly!!!! How badly has he been treating his customers, why people buy from these scruffy dirty places is beyond me
The council have treated him badly!!!! How badly has he been treating his customers, why people buy from these scruffy dirty places is beyond me eddicaine
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11:33am Tue 4 Dec 12

Antonius says...

I've been into the kitchens and store rooms of a few takeaways and restaurants where I wouldn't dream of eating.
I've been into the kitchens and store rooms of a few takeaways and restaurants where I wouldn't dream of eating. Antonius
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4:02pm Tue 4 Dec 12

DogsMessInLeigh says...

I agree Antonius..i would never eat in a store room either.
I agree Antonius..i would never eat in a store room either. DogsMessInLeigh
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9:30pm Tue 4 Dec 12

asbo industries inc says...

Alekhine wrote:
The customer in the picture has made the unfortunate choice of white trousers.
good point white trousers for a brown trouser dinner - not the best planning
[quote][p][bold]Alekhine[/bold] wrote: The customer in the picture has made the unfortunate choice of white trousers.[/p][/quote]good point white trousers for a brown trouser dinner - not the best planning asbo industries inc
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9:43pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Mixed Pickles says...

The sign on the window says it's halal so what's all the fuss about ?
The sign on the window says it's halal so what's all the fuss about ? Mixed Pickles
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10:49pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Antonius says...

If you see any catering establishment which is "closed for refurbishment",
it often means the council have closed it.
If you see any catering establishment which is "closed for refurbishment", it often means the council have closed it. Antonius
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1:30am Wed 5 Dec 12

Vegan Future says...

Sewage you like fries with that? Meat, eggs and dairy products are the number one source of food poisoning in the UK. For the animals and your health, go vegan.
Sewage you like fries with that? Meat, eggs and dairy products are the number one source of food poisoning in the UK. [For more information, read VIVA's Stop Bugging Me report] For the animals and your health, go vegan. Vegan Future
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7:44am Wed 5 Dec 12

Mixed Pickles says...

Vegan Future wrote:
Sewage you like fries with that? Meat, eggs and dairy products are the number one source of food poisoning in the UK. For the animals and your health, go vegan.
A nutty idea !
[quote][p][bold]Vegan Future[/bold] wrote: Sewage you like fries with that? Meat, eggs and dairy products are the number one source of food poisoning in the UK. [For more information, read VIVA's Stop Bugging Me report] For the animals and your health, go vegan.[/p][/quote]A nutty idea ! Mixed Pickles
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11:19am Wed 5 Dec 12

pixiewixie says...

anyone wanting to try their secret recipe chicken is in luck, noticed on my way out of Sainsbury's that they have now re-opened
anyone wanting to try their secret recipe chicken is in luck, noticed on my way out of Sainsbury's that they have now re-opened pixiewixie
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12:56pm Wed 5 Dec 12

Alekhine says...

Vegan Future wrote:
Sewage you like fries with that? Meat, eggs and dairy products are the number one source of food poisoning in the UK. For the animals and your health, go vegan.
make sure you wash those lentils.
[quote][p][bold]Vegan Future[/bold] wrote: Sewage you like fries with that? Meat, eggs and dairy products are the number one source of food poisoning in the UK. [For more information, read VIVA's Stop Bugging Me report] For the animals and your health, go vegan.[/p][/quote]make sure you wash those lentils. Alekhine
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