Tennis – While it was Goran Ivanesevic who had refused to shave or take a shower during his famed 2001 Wimbledon winning campaign, it is another former Wimbledon champion - Andy Murray whose hygiene has been found suspect.
Well, not quite him, but a hotel owned by him. Chez Roux, which is a restaurant at five-star Cromlix House, has been told that improvements are needed before it could be approved by the Food Standard Agency. The bosses at the hotel, however, insist that the issue stemmed from a handwash sink, which has since been fixed.
The £1.8million venue – named Scotland’s Hotel of the Year just 27 days after it opened in April – was inspected in July by Stirling Council and issued with an “improvement required” rating.
The FSA said the classification means that the restaurant “has not achieved an acceptable level of compliance with requirements of food hygiene law”. After opening in April, the £1.8million venue was named Scotland’s Hotel of the Year within a month of the opening.
Inspected in July, however, the hotel was issued with an “improvement required” rating. The FSA said the classification means that the restaurant “has not achieved an acceptable level of compliance with requirements of food hygiene law”.
Cromlix will stay off the FSA’s list of approved establishments until a further inspection is carried out.
Responding to it, Graeme Green, the hotel’s manager said said: “The first inspection identified a minor fault with the connection of the handwash sink.
We repaired this immediately and have requested a further inspection.” Also Read - Radwanska sets up Lepchenko Rematch in Seoul Also Read - Cornet Rallies from behind to overcome Peer in Guangzhou .