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All of these restaurants were ordered to close last month - was your favourite one of them?

The FSAI ordered 14 businesses to close in May.

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FOURTEEN FOOD BUSINESSES were told to close by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) in May.

All of the businesses were closed for breaching food legislation. In total, 15 orders were served, with one unlicensed business having two orders served on it.

Thirteen of the Enforcement Orders were issued by environmental health officers in the Health Service Executive and two by veterinary inspectors in the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.

The list of those restaurants closed spans the country, with restaurants from Waterford to Roscommon.

Here is the full list:

  • Voujon Café, 2 Terminus Villas, Turkey Road, Tramore, Waterford
  • Jackson’s Restaurant and Guesthouse, The Square, Roscommon
  • Dragon Taste, 386 South Circular Road, Dolphins Barn, Dublin 8
  • Ivan Ebbitt (unapproved food premises), Erne Hill, Belturbet, Cavan
  • The Palm Tree, Friar Street, Thurles, Tipperary
  • Cloughjordan House, Cloughjordan, Tipperary
  • Trim and Healthy health food shop, Haggard Street, Trim, Meath
  • Swords Manor Take-Away, Brackenstown Road, Swords, County Dublin
  • Chilli Kebabish, 15 Ellen Street, Limerick
  • Brosna Lodge Hotel (kitchen closed) Main Street, Banagher, Offaly
  • Jai Ho, Hibernian Way, Mallow, Cork
  • John Doyle’s Bar (closed for making ice in the basement), 160 Phibsborough Road, Phibsborough, Dublin 7
  • Starry Kitchen, 110 Upper Drumcondra Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
  • Mystic Picnic, Main Street, Roundwood, Wicklow

Ivan Ebbitt also had a prohibition ordered served.

The Palm Tree, Voujon Café, Swords Manor Take-Away, Brosna Lodge, Jai Ho, Starry Kitchen, and Mystic Picnic have all had their orders lifted.

Dr Pamela Byrne, the chief executive of the FSAI warned that the legal onus is on food businesses to act responsibly and ensure that the food they serve and sell is safe to eat at all times.

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