cheap 1 bedroom apartments in new jersey ‘Bacon ban’ at Addenbrooke’s restaurant sparks row
The Pod Cafe in the Deakin Centre is now subject to a bacon ban Share CommentsA manager at Pod Cafe at the Deakin conference centre told the Cambridge News of his fury and said the new rules imposed earlier this month had hit business.Addenbrooke’s said it had suspended the frying of food due to the “excessive smell of fried food” leaking into training rooms and the main atrium at the Deakin Centre.The hospital said other restaurants on its campus are still selling fried food, but the Pod Cafe would not be allowed to until the extraction system had been upgraded.The manager at the cafe, who did not want to be named, said: “To tell you the truth we have been told to stop cooking bacon,
the reason why, I haven’t got to the end of it.”We are just trying to make a living.”An HR manager told me at the beginning of the month on November 6. It does affect business, of course. I’m not happy at all.”The North Pole ice rink is opening todayThe restaurant source said at first the staff believed it was because of a problem with the extractor fan but have since been told that once the extractor is fixed, the ban would still be in place.The source said: “We are fixing that [extractor] and asked ‘can we use bacon’ and were told it’s not a possibility. It doesn’t make sense to me.”The Deakin Centre provides medical training,
and staff development and learning programmes.Addenbrooke’s Hospital responds to ‘bacon ban’ claims A spokesman for Addenbrooke’s Hospital said it had acted after comments from users at the training centre.The spokesman said: “We have suspended the frying of food in The Pod Caf at the Deakin Centre until such time as the extraction system can be upgraded.