MBPJ reminds food operators to maintain cleanliness

Mohd Azizi (second from left) presenting an award to Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar owner and managing director Burhan Mohamed under the 24-hour restaurant category. Looking on are MBPJ Environment and Health department assistant director Mahzura Mohd Amin (left) and MBPJ councilor Ahmad Akhir Pawan Chik (right).

MANY restaurants and food stalls in Petaling Jaya are known for their endless array of flavourful delights, however not all of these are clean in the eyes of the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ).

“When it comes to service I have to applaud the Indian-Muslim restaurants or the mamak outlets for their excellent customer service,

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