Irish Food Safety Authorities Shut Down Sushi Restaurant Operating Out of a Bedroom
A trio of sushi restaurants were closed by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) during October for various breaches of food safety legislation.
The restaurants were unregistered and were being run out of a bedroom in a house. The closure orders for Koi Sushi, Nagoya Sushi and Kyoto Sushi were served to Johnathan Barbosa, Bruna Barbosa and Paulo Ricardo Barbosa, respectively.
In all, FSAI reported that five restaurants were forced to close and received Enforcement Orders issued by environmental health officers in the Health Service Executive (HSE)...
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