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A City Centre Pizza Place Has Been Forced To Close Due To 'Rodent Droppings' In The Kitchen

By James Fenton

March 7, 2018 at 1:44pm


Apache Pizza on Pearse Street is one of six premises which were forced to close in February by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland. 

An inspection report of the premises says that "Substantial rodent droppings were present on the floor around the grease trap which is located in the kitchen. The grease trap is in a small cupboard which is not pest proofed."

Great Wall Chinese Restaurant in Cork was also forced to close for the same reason. Other premises across Ireland which were closed for various reason include:

  • Carrickdale Hotel (Closed part: Food area only), Carrickarnon, Dundalk, Louth.
  • Hennessy Garden Centre, (Closed part: Hennessy Garden Centre Café), Carlow Road, Gowran, Kilkenny.
  • China Kitchen, 14 Market Street, Clonmel, Tipperary.
  • Flame Street Food, 38 Washington Street, Cork.
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The full closure reports are available to read here

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