Then there is the food-stone for McDonald's in copenhagen storcenter Fiskestorvet.
Fødevaremyndighederne reacted in the beginning of this month that staff could not wash hands in warm water.
But the critical audit report with a sour smiley is first been published today, because the Fda has been on a long easter holiday.
When it cost a fine of a dkk 15,000, due to the fact that the restaurant even during the previous inspection in February had hot water.
'There was no hot water in the company's only sink, and there was also no hot water in the opvaskeområdet,' wrote Fødevarekontrollen in February. At this time it was just a raised index finger in the form of a warning notice.
when inspectors came again this month, there was still only cold water in the taps. Therefore, escalated the penalty to a fine.
'Fødevarekontrollen came past at. 13.30, while Fisketorvet suddenly had closed for the hot water in our part of the building,' explains Lars Dinesen, owner of the restaurant, to Ekstra Bladet.
the Fda criticizes in its report that there was 'initiated measures such as the setting up of a temporary hot water bottles' and that was at the same time, full production kitchen'.
Lars Dinesen explains:
'A quarter of an hour later, at noon. 13.45, it was heating the water back. Staff had prior to the visit, called a plumber, but had not yet reached to put the hot water tanks and use. The supervisor's description of the process is thus correct, and we can only regret, just like we accept the fine.'
Fisketorvet, who has made it his trademark to sell mediocre buffetmad at rather low prices, there expensive soft drinks, has been trying to raise the gastronomic level by, for example, to open the LêLê Street Kitchen, Gorm's pizza and Letz Sushi.
But it is especially in front of the McDonald's restaurant, that there is chaos and long queues, just like buffetkonceptet Dalle Valle have wild success with claims that the food costs half of what the food costs at other times.