You may expect rudimentary facilities at a food market or cheap street restaurant, but not at a high class outlet. Photo: Alamy You may expect rudimentary facilities at a food market or cheap street restaurant, but not at a high class outlet. Photo: Alamy
You may expect rudimentary facilities at a food market or cheap street restaurant, but not at a high class outlet. Photo: Alamy
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

How a bad toilet can ruin a good meal in a restaurant: some of my Hong Kong hygiene horrors

  • You may expect rough toilet facilities in cheap and cheerful restaurants, but not in trendy places
  • Cooks who don’t wash their hands, tiny toilet cubicles and soaking wet stalls are among the common sights in Hong Kong.

You may expect rudimentary facilities at a food market or cheap street restaurant, but not at a high class outlet. Photo: Alamy You may expect rudimentary facilities at a food market or cheap street restaurant, but not at a high class outlet. Photo: Alamy
You may expect rudimentary facilities at a food market or cheap street restaurant, but not at a high class outlet. Photo: Alamy
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Andrew Sun

Andrew Sun

Andrew Sun has dabbled in many shades of the media spectrum for 25 years, from college radio, TV, print and online columnist to starting film festivals, managing music labels and authoring food books. Someday he will figure what he wants to be when he grows up.