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Food Safety Authority orders the closure of three sushi restaurants in Dublin

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has ordered the closure of three sushi restaurants in Dublin due to a number of breaches.

The restaurants, which were operating from the same bedroom of a Dublin house, were ordered to close as inspectors had no evidence that the food was being prepared in a manner that was deemed safe.

Further inspections revealed a lack of training or supervision in staff in relation to food safety.

Food Safety Authority of Ireland Chief Executive ‘Dr Pamela Byrne’ stated that the closure of the three restaurants was related to individuals running an unregistered and unsupervised food business.

The three restaurants that were closed were Koi Sushi, Nagoya Sushi and Kyoto Sushi which were all operating from 1, Shanvarna Road, Santry, Dublin 9.


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