A woman has published a video cooked egg in a cigar of bread that served in Crab Park Chowdery, in her Instagram account.
Since its publication in the video, the restaurant has received calls and messages, and Vancouver Coast Health is undergoing constant research. In addition, Mamie Taylo's second restaurant will be closed due to disturbances.
Vancouver Is Awesome spoke with Ashton Phillips, the owner of Crab Park Chowdery, how he said how it happened.
"We are constantly knowing how it happened. We ensure everything is clean and we respect the food safety measures set by Vancouver Coast Healthe," he said.
"He published a photo at 3 or 4 p.m. yesterday, but we did that with a $ 100 gift certificate. We immediately talked about it, found creatures and were friendly terms. Since then I have not been able to snap."
He also emphasized that the cook who was working on the event was very upset.
"I trust completely, it's been a year here, and it's amazing. Also, the box we use to make the ball is eight ounces of cotton, the mouse is six inches long and it's not added."
Phillips said the video's negative reaction is ongoing, fearing people to review it.
Vancouver Is Awesome also spoke with Tiffany Akins, Communication Leader, with Vancouver Coastal Health, and explained that the soup was not the same as Crab Park Chowdery.
"The soup is made in Mamie Taylor and it will be sent to Crab Park Chowdery, so we did research at Mamie Taylor and we found evidence of rodents," he explained.
"The establishment will be closed and closed to the standard. Crab Park Chowdery will be open."
Crab Park Chowdery will not be able to use Mamie Taylor to make babies, they have the right to cook food. That is why they are looking for another commercial kitchen that they currently use.