On Saturday evening I did my first and only visit to this year's Schueberfouer funfair. It was an incredibly hot day (around 30 degrees C again) and lots of people were out. I went for dinner at Crêperie Bretonne for delicious salty and sweet crepes. Well, today they don't sound that delicious anymore.
Yesterday I discussed the Bagelstein incident (yesterday's post) with my sister. According to her, a waitress who works at this crêperie was spotted using the public toilets and not washing her hands afterwards. You asked me if there were hygiene laws in Luxembourg. I guess there are but they don't seem to be taken too seriously.
On Sunday I went to Belgium and by coincidence the bathroom I used at two different restaurants had a notice that their staff had to wash their hands and use soap before returning to work. Prior to that, I had only ever seen such notices in the US. If our neighbours, the Belgians are caring about hygiene in the restaurant industry, hopefully this trend will reach Luxembourg at some point too... I guess it's sometimes preferable to be unaware of what is going on in restaurant kitchens as I would probably not eat out anymore.
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