How Clean are the Utensils You Use When You Eat Out?

It's always a delightful experience to dine out and indulge in some good food especially when you're not even prepared for your menu for the evening or any mealtime of the day. You're starving for a certain dish that you want to try outside your kitchen. 

There are high class restaurants that cater to those equally high class customers but there are a lot more dining places where any ordinary people can afford. We all quench for new delicacies and as much as possible, taste every scrumptious food available but do you ever mind checking the utensils you use every time you eat out?

I remember what my sister told us about the utensils used in food courts. Some food stalls don't bother to sanitize their eating wares and never cared to double check whether they are properly washed. No such thing as STRICT INSPECTION.

So next time you decide to eat out... just ask for disposable utensils even if you're having a romantic dinner with your beloved. LOL!!!

dining out ...somewhere in HK
How clean are these untensils


15 comments:

  1. True. We sometimes just bring our own chopsticks whenever we dine out for sanitation purposes.

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  2. I agree it's much safer to use disposable utensils.

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  3. One of the few things I always check when eating in food-court or fast-food are the utensils, or at least to check if they are placed in a hot stainless utensil holder, or else I wipe them using my own tissue or hanky.

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  4. my hs friend always practice this thing. she always asks for disposables.. hehehe. we're both HRM grad and we know how hectic to be in a kitchen, thats why she became sensitive with that. but me, i just dont care. hahhaha

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  5. i'm also guilty of this, checking the utensils and glasses before using them. most of the times, i don't find anything but sometimes i do and i'm thankful i check it out first. it's not that i don't trust the washers and cleaners but its better to be safe than sorry.

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  6. i remembered my college classmate bringing her own spoon and fork each time we go lunch together. prevention is indeed better. :)

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  7. that's one problem when eating on ordinary diners, they don't bother to make sure that their utensils are really clean, one thing to be sure is to bring your own utensils especially for young children, now i wonder what will the other table reaction when they see you getting your own utensils, he he he

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  8. aww! i have a frend who her sister used to work in a restaturant and tells this bad gross things to her and whenever she goes out she jsut bring her own hihi

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  9. This is usually the problem especially in "karineryas". Worse case is when people get hepatitis without even knowing where it came from.

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  10. This blog psst reminds me of my bestfriend who always have fork and spoon 'baon' with her. In fast food restos I normally use disposable utensils to prevent myself from being sick.

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  11. i always inspect the utensils i use when dining out. check the straw you'll be using too, especially the ones that are not transparent.

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  12. when I was in college, I always bring my own spoon and fork or ask for disposables. We don't know what kind of germs they have in their utensils .that is also one reason why I rarely eat out until now.

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  13. Thanks for the heads up! Sometimes, we can't help but be too trusting!! Next time, I'll ask for a disposal utensils!

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  14. I choose NOT to know na lang... haha! Mataas namn ang resistensya namin ni mister eh, hihihi

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  15. Asking for disposables is always a fast blink in my paranoid mind everytime im not comfortable eating, especially on a food court or fast food chain.

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