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Bhajis, bacteria, and bicycles: inside crew date kitchens

Bhajis, bacteria, and bicycles: inside crew date kitchens

first_imgOxford’s major crew date locations contravened multiple food hygiene regulations in their most recent inspections, Cherwell can reveal, with food storage, allergen risks, and dilapidated kitchens collectively the areas of greatest concern.Cherwell obtained copies of the most recent hygiene food hygiene reports from At Thai, Jamal’s, and The Temple Lounge through Oxford City Council, all of which highlighted issues regarding hygiene, cleaning, and confidence in the restaurants’ management.At Thai were found to be in breach of twelve legal requirements during their inspection in July last year. These included dirty hand contacts around the kitchen, concern about food being stored on the floor, as well as being chilled at 9°C in the walk-in fridge, which is higher than the permitted temperature in the UK. They were also instructed to deep clean their bin area and pest proof the restaurant, as well as being given six months to replace the kitchen floor, with the hygiene inspector describing it as “old, worn and cracked in places”.Meanwhile Jamal’s on Walton Street, still known as Arzoo’s by many, breached seven legal requirements, with the inspector suggesting a cleaning of the walls and floors in the rear function room, as well as of their kitchen equipment. The same venue closed back in 2012 because of food hygiene concerns, though is now under new ownership. Both Jamal’s and At Thai were awarded an overall score of satisfactory.The Temple Lounge in Cowley fared slightly better, receiving a four-star food hygiene rating, the same as the Randolph Hotel in its most recent report. Despite this, they were still told to remove their staircase carpet, with the inspector describing it as beyond cleaning. They were also instructed to deep clean and repaint the walls and ceiling in the kitchen.Creasian on St. Giles came under fire for grease dripping from the kitchen canopy, which they were told to get professionally cleaned. The inspector also expressed concern about a bicycle in the kitchen. The restaurant has since ceased trading.A representative of a renounced women’s drinking society told Cherwell:“Although crew dates effectively pay to be rowdy, £15 should cover more than three naan breads and a bad curry. With white tablecloths to cover leftover food, uncomfortable chairs, and never enough cups or plates, the crew date scene is in dire need of an upgrade.”last_img read more

Ndejje, Kigezi fire blanks at Arena of Visions

Ndejje, Kigezi fire blanks at Arena of Visions

first_img Tags: fufa big leagueKigezi Home Boysndejje universityViali Binomugisha Kigezi remain fourth in the Rwenzori Group. (PHOTO/File)BOMBO – Ndejje University and Kigezi Homeboyz played out a goalless draw on Thursday at the Arena of Vision in the StarTimes FUFA Big League.It was the away side that looked better in a Cagey encounter, but Vialli Bainomugisha and his boys will have to thank the crossbar for ensuring the game ended goalless.Ndejje were granted the opportunity to snatch victory in the 89th minute through a freekick, but the crossbar came to Kigezi’s rescue after goalkeeper Bruno Ochom who entered the referee’s book for time wasting and his defense were neatly beaten.The hosts thought they’d gotten a penalty after Kigezi’s Ronald Buwembo fouled in the box but the referee blew for an earlier offence just outside the box hence the above free kick.In open play, the Lions looked blunt upfront despite being the top scorers in Rwenzori group.The result means both sides stay put- Ndejje second and Kigezi fourth- in the group.Rwenzori group table toppers UPDF maintained their stay atop with a 2-2 draw against Kitara.The other games played on Thursday -Katwe United FC 0-1 Kiboga Young FC-Myda FC 2-0 Paidha Black Angels-Bukedea Town Council FC 3-2 Saviour’s FC-Doves All Stars FC 1-0 Light SS FC-Nyamityobora FC 2-1 Water FC-Dove FC 1-1 Kansas Plascon FC-Kitara FC 2-2 UPDF FCComments last_img read more