A buffet restaurant that was closed down for five days and slapped with a “0” rating under the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme following an inspection by officials has been landed with a £3,000 fine.
Thai Leisure Group, the firm that owns Thai restaurant Chaophraya, located in shopping development Liverpool One, has been fined more than £32,500 after pleading guilty to two food safety breaches.
After leaping into action when a hotel guest suffered a heart attack and giving him life-saving CPR, Rosie Wallace, managing director of the Marsham Court hotel in Bournemouth, has been named the town’s ‘Unsung ... Read more
A norovirus outbreak that led to the closure of nine Wahaca restaurants late last year after 200 staff and 160 diners fell ill has proved a “life-changing” experience that has caused the restaurant group’s foun ... Read more
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