According to this MSN article “Americans now spend roughly half their food budget dining out”, so it’s an idea to keep a few things in mind when visiting the restaurant. You may already be aware of many of these tips.
“A lot of poor, transient people work in restaurants,” says Peter Francis, a co-author of industry exposé “How to Burn Down the House.” “They’re not giving up the $100 they’d make in a shift because they’re sick.”
How can you protect yourself? Check inspection results, which are often posted online by local departments of public health. Or just visit the restroom; it “tells you everything you need to know about a restaurant,” Francis says.
Read through these and tell us what you look out for when eating out. Health, money and good tastes.
10 things your restaurant won’t tell you – [MSNMoney]