A member posted her concerns in Complaint Singapore Facebook group, in regards to a fish ball noodle stall hawker’s unhygienic practices..
In the post, the member mentioned the hawker was seen transferring fish balls with his bare hands, from a tub that is placed on the floor, and into plastic bag.. and when some fish balls dropped on the floor, he was picked up and put into the plastic bags without washing, and into the fridge for storage.
The member felt that the tub should not be placed on the floor, as it might cause hygiene issues..
The original post text extract as follow:
This fish ball noodles is at Ghim Moh market, as you can see this old man transferring the fish ball by his both hand’s from a tub on the floor into a transparent plastic bags but unfortunately a few balls drop on the ground and he pick it up and put it into the plastic bag. After that he keep the plastic bag of fish balls into the fridge. He’s the one cooking the fish ball noodles everyday and most of his fish ball and fish cake is soak in a tub and put on the hawker center floor then transfer to plastic bag. Hygiene please..
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block 86 ballestier hawker water choke and the floor full with dirty water no action taken by the hawker management. Its make uncomfortable to eat at the hawker
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