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A number of Dublin eateries were found in breach of FSAI regulations last month.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland issued five Dublin eateries with closure orders last month.
Two of these releated to the FSAI Act of 1998 and three were in breach of EU regulations.
The eateries which were issued closure orders under the FSAI act were:
- Shi Wang Yun, located at 106 Parnell Street, Dublin 1
- The Music Café, Grattan House, 1 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2
The closure order has since been lifted at The Music Café but remains in place at Shi Wang Yun, according to the FSAI.
The eateries which were issued closure orders under EU regulations were:
- Mizzonis Pizza, Unit 4, Sentinel Building, Adamstown, Lucan, Co Dublin
- Wok On Inn, 16 Amiens Street, Dublin 1
- J2 Sushi, Unit 3, Food Court, Jervis Shopping Centre, Mary Street, Dublin 1
All three closure orders on these premises have since been lifted.
The Food Safety Authority says there were a number of reasons for the closure orders above.
Some of these included rodent activity, risk of salmonella, presence of cockroaches and untraceable products.
The five Dublin eateries mentioned in the report formed a total of 12 which the FSAI took action on.
It’s not known if any of the premises in Dublin had experienced any of the issues stated above.