Penang Health Department orders three nasi kandar eateries closed

Published on 13 Jul 2018 1:06:19 PM

Penang Health Department had ordered three nasi kandar restaurants in Little India to close for two weeks, as they have failed to meet the hygiene and health standards.
State health director Dr Wan Mansor Hamzah on Thursday said they have found rat droppings or cockroach droppings were discovered in their premises, dirty fridges and in one restaurant, dirty plates were found piled up next to the dustbin. All three eateries were ordered to close under Section 11 of the Food Act 1983.