Blog: Never heard the like

Catherine Sleep | 29 September 2004

Customers at a London restaurant who want their burger cooked rare or medium rare are having to sign a disclaimer waiving the restaurant's liability for food poisoning. The Marriott restaurant at India Quay is a prestigious destination and one would assume the chefs know how to source and prepare food safely but these days the threat of litigation is ever-looming and I guess the owners feel you just can’t be too careful.

And surprise surprise, the business is American-owned.

Burger served with legal warning


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