Do you trust Indian restaurants for cleanliness?

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GotGarlic

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If you plan to eat in a restaurant in any other country but yours, you might want to check the regulations first, before you travel there. If it concerns you, don't travel.

However, any restaurant in this country has to follow all local regulations. Period. Those that violate may be steakhouses, fast food, diners, Mexican, Italian, French, Indian, or any thing else. They are inspected regularly, and closed for serious violations. End of statement.

Singling out any one ethnic food only indicates the person's own biases, not the cleanliness of any one culture.
100 percent agree. Every time I see the title of this thread I get irritated. Why single out Indian restaurants?

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Janet H

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100 percent agree. Every time I see the title of this thread I get irritated. Why single out Indian restaurants?

I wish a mod would close this thread.
Done. In North America and most other places restaurants are inspected and regulated by various health authorities to meet cleanliness standards REGARDLESS of ethnicity.
 
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