‘Curries and More’ lands in a soup
Indians are never able to shed their ‘Chalega’ attitude and the mentality to take short cuts. In India breaking the laws, bribing to get things done and cutting the queue are considered as smartness. But here in Australia, those acts are treated as cheap and disrespectful.
One such smart Indian was brought to the media attention by Channel Nine’s Current affairs on 3rd March 2015. ‘Curries and More’ an Indian Restaurant listed in Menulog, a website which allows users to search and order food from local restaurants, is found to be an unregistered and unlicensed business operating out of a suburban home.
A ‘Current Affairs’ investigation has found out that the business is operating out of a Blacktown home in Sydney’s west. A hidden camera undercover operation carried out by the Channel revealed that they have captured the images of the operator leaving the home to deliver takeaway food, ordered by the Channel’s investigation team. A short while later the same operator is filmed arriving at the specified delivery address with the unbranded food in hand.
Unregistered restaurants slip through the controls and checking a registered restaurant has to undergo.
The owner of the home was given a warning after A Current Affair contacted Blacktown Council to report the illegal activity.
Image Courtesy: http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/03/03/16/27/takeaway-business-listed-on-menulog-found-illegally-operating-out-of-western-sydney-home