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Four Well-Known Dublin Food Businesses Were Ordered To Close In January Over Food Safety Concerns

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The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) states as of February 4th that nine Irish businesses were served with closure orders for breaches of food safety legislation for the month of January.

Of these 9 closures, four of them were in Dublin. The rest were found in Kildare, Offaly, Limerick and Meath (2).

The businesses were:

  • Our Lady’s Hospital (Closed area: Kitchenette Medical Assessment Unit & Kitchenette Female Medical Ward) Athboy Road, Navan Meath.
  • The Quays Restaurant
    10/12 Temple
    Bar Square
    Temple Bar, Dublin 2
  • Big Bite, Main Street, Dunshaughlin Meath
  • Orient Express Main Street, Bruree, Limerick
  • King’s Chinese Take Away
    Main Street, Daingean, Offaly
  • Hokkaido (Closed activity:
    the preparation,
    storage and sale
    of sushi and
    associated
    products)
    15 Main Street, Celbridge, Kildare
  • Sushida (Closed activity: The
    storage, handling
    and preparation
    of sandwiches
    and sandwich
    fillings (including
    but not
    limited to
    preparing
    sandwiches, wraps, filled
    baguettes and
    other similar
    items and the
    slicing of
    cooked meats
    and cheeses).
    Unit 1, Malpas
    Court 116-117, Clanbrassil Street
    Lower, Dublin 8
  • Indias Taste Bridgewater Hall
    17-19
    Summerhill Parade, Dublin 1
  • Sabor Nordetino Moore Street
    Mall 58-66
    Parnell St, Dublin 1

The FSAI release updates regularly which can be found on their website.

Do any of the places in Dublin look familiar to you?

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