8 food establishments closed in June by FSAI

8 food establishments closed in June by FSAI

Eight closure orders, two prohibition orders and an improvement order have been issued in the month of June by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI).

Two takeaways, five restaurants a grocery store, food stall and manufacturer were affected by the orders.

The establishments served closure notices are

  • Son of a Bun, 29 McCurtain Street, Cork
  • Lebanese Kitchen, Unit 97 Millennium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
  • The Holy Grail Restaurant, 13 Market Square, Enniscorthy, Wexford
  • New Dynasty Chinese Take Away, Clarecastle, Clare
  • Bingo Polish Market, 4 Main Street Upper, Arklow, Wicklow
  • New Yaadgar, Esker Court, William Street, Tullamore, Offaly
  • The New Leaf Restaurant, Unit 1 - 2 Tallaght Retail Centre, High Street, Tallaght, Dublin 24
  • Piece of Cake, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar Market, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Two prohibition orders were issued to two Dublin premises:

  • Lebanese Kitchen, Unit 97, Millenium Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
  • Gammells, 33 Ranelagh, Dublin 6

One improvement order was also served to a Limerick Takeaway: Express Pizza, 6 Lord Edward Street, Limerick.


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