CTVNews.ca Staff, CTV with Vancouver's Breanna Karstens-Smith files
Published on Friday, December 28, 2012 at 8:47 PM EST
The owner of the Vancouver Chowder restaurant apologizes to the client after finding the dead rat inside the cup of soup.
Ashton Phillips, the owner of Crab Park Chowdery, says two women in their restaurants, when they found their alleged discovery on December 27. The workers asked for a pardon, they gave a refund and gave it a $ 100 gift card. The situation ended leaving the woman in the restaurant with love.
Later that day, a video video was published on Instagram. Thousands of times, he has won hundreds of negative comments and has brought several complaints about Coast Health in Vancouver.
"Today, my friend asked for a manhattan chicken (and) he had a little surprise there," the poster wrote.
Phillips said that there is no way for CTV Vancouver, because the rodent could make its product come in a soup that was made in another kitchen and stored in large plastic containers in safe plugs.
"We're doing it all wrong," Phillips said. "We have crossed a strict and rigorous work to offer the best safety and health standards."
The inspectors allow the Crab Park Chowdery to be open, but a rented kitchens that prepare the soup are closed.
Canadian Coastal Spokeswoman Tiffany Akins said CTV Vancouver's researchers found "evidence of rodents" in space, in Mamie Taylor, another restaurant in the Chinatown restaurant.
Phillips said Crab Park Chowdery's staff pulled out the rest of the soups and the dishes were recycled.
However, eatery has warned about previous rivals issues.
According to Vancouver Coast Health, the rodents confirmed the signals, specifically the rat tissue during the inspection carried out in Gastown last February, but the problems that occurred the same month.
The monitoring auditors on February 23 did not find any characters, nor the routines of inspection that took place in April and October.
Watching videos carefully online and getting dozens of reviews from new Yelp and Google stars, Phillips worries about closing the store.
"I built this thing on the ground. We've been here for two years now and we can have a video or a picture. I'm sorry I'll get emotional," Phillips said. "It seems that video or image is just that misfortune."