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Tip-offs on dirty eateries in Ampang Jaya pour in from readers

THERE are hoards of people who eat at the nasi lemak and satay stalls along Jalan Kerja Air Lama 1 in Ampang, despite the many hygiene violations by its operators.

Bad hygiene sees 12 eateries in Penang shut

EATERY operators have been urged to be responsible in food handling following the closure of 12 food premises in Penang for failing the state Health Department’s hygiene requirements.

Kuala Lumpur City Hall orders 142 dirty eateries to close

The move was part of an ongoing operation to check on typhoid outbreak

Steamboat eateries infested with rats and cockroaches

Klang municipality gives these outlets seven days to clean up their premises or face closure.

24-hour eateries now required to clean premises from 4am to 6am

THE compulsory shutdown time for 24-hour restaurants to clean their premises in Petaling Jaya has is now from 4am to 6am.

Local eateries enjoy brisk business with World Cup

IT IS down to eight teams for the FIFA World Cup in Russia as the game enters the quarter-finals with the first game today at 10pm (Malaysian time) with Uruguay taking on France.

Most KL eateries snub no-plastic bag ruling

SPOTCHECKS by Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) health department have found that less than 20% of restaurants in Kuala Lumpur are abiding by the no-plastic bag ruling. The checks also reveal that some operators use unauthorised biodegradable packaging

Helping eateries automate

PATRONS of Japanese restaurants would be familiar with small plates of sushi swishing past on conveyor belts. They pick up what they want and let the rest pass them by. If they want a dish that is not on the belt, they can place an order on the tablet at their table or hail a waiter.

Coming down hard on dirty eateries

A NASI kandar restaurant in Burmah Road, Penang, was ordered closed for two weeks after it failed the cleanliness grading by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).

Two eateries’ dirty little secrets

A NAUSEATING stench greeted Penang Island City Council’s Public Health Department officers when they visited two coffee shops in Macallum Street in Penang.