KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has ordered three restaurants in Bukit Bintang to close due to food safety concerns during an operation in the constituency on Sept 18.
It was posted on DBKL’s Facebook page that a total of 19 food premises were visited, out of which one was closed.
From the 18 premises visited, a total of 29 compounds were issued under the Licensing of Food Establishments (Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur) By-laws 2016 for various violations specifically on handling of raw food items and cooking utensils, as well as cleanliness.
Many netizens commented on the post and applauded DBKL for the enforcement action.
Some also suggested other areas suspected of having dirty eateries for future operations.