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21 Irish food businesses served with closure orders in November

By Darragh Murphy

December 4, 2019 at 10:27am

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21 Irish food businesses in total were served with closure orders last month.

That's a significant increase on October's number of nationwide food closure orders, which was 14.

The affected businesses in November were located in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Louth, Meath, Donegal, Sligo, Wicklow and Limerick.

The closure orders, which were issued by the Health Service Executive in all but one case, have been lifted on 13 of the businesses, the full list of which can be viewed here.

12 closure orders were served under the FSAI Act, 1998 and nine under the EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations 2010.

A local authority served a closure order to Elita Meats in Dunshaughlin, Meath on 4 November. This was lifted on 22 November.

The remaining 20 food businesses, whose closure orders were issued by the HSE, are as follows:

East Ocean in Letterkenny, Donegal was served a closure order on 5 November. This order was lifted on 12 November.

A closed area of Roma Restaurant in Carlingford, Louth was issued a closure order on 6 November. It was lifted on 13 November.

The Kitchen in Trim, Meath was served a closure order on 7 November. This was lifted on 9 November.

Hilan Chinese and Korean BBQ Restaurant on Dublin's Capel Street was issued a closure order on 8 November. It was lifted on 12 November.

The Blackchurch Inn in Rathcoole, Dublin was served a closure order on 11 November and the order was lifted on 16 November.

Apache Pizza in the Temple Bar area of Dublin was also issued a closure order on 11 November. The pizza establishment's order was lifted on 13 November.

A partial closure order of The Paragon in Skibbereen in Cork was issued on 12 November. It was lifted on 14 November.

Maliks Tandoori Restaurant on Lower Pearse Road, Sligo was served a closure order on 13 November. This order has not been lifted at the time of writing.

Khan Spices on Cork's North Main Street was given a closure order on 14 November. It was lifted on 20 November.

A closure order was given to Salvetas Take Away and Café in Finglas on 18 November. At the time of writing, it has not been lifted.

Tikka Asian Street Food on Wicklow's South Quay was issued a closure order on 19 November. It was lifted the next day.

Sajna Exclusive Dining in Cobh, Cork was served a closure order on 19 November. It has not yet been lifted.

The packing area of Vernon Catering on Sheriff Street was served a closure order on 20 November and that too has yet to be lifted.

The Blue Anchor in Dundalk, Louth received a closure order on 23 November. The order was lifted on 29 November.

Westmanstown Sports Centre cafe was issued a closure order on 26 November. That order was lifted on 28 November.

Ballyneety Pizza in Limerick received a closure order on 27 November. It has not yet been lifted.

An area to the rear of Hui Kee restaurant in Inchicore was served a closure order on 27 November. It has yet to be lifted.

New Century Chinese Takeaway in Dundalk, Louth was served a closure order on 27 November. That has not been lifted.

Capital Turkish Kebab House on Eglington Street in Galway was issued a closure order on 28 November. It hasn't been lifted yet.

Tony's Bistro on Cork's North Main Street was given a closure order on 28 November. The order was lifted the next day.

The reasons for the closure orders have yet to be published although the Food Safety Authority of Ireland is expected to release that information in the next week.

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