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Famous eateries in city packed during weekends and school holidays

IT is a common sight, especially during weekends and school holidays, to see vehicles from Penang and the Klang Valley crowding the streets of Ipoh where famous eateries are located. Picture: A crowded junction at Jalan Yau Tet Shin on a weekend. – FONG KEE SOON / The Star


Toilets in most Miri eateries need cleaning up

MIRI: The toilets in most eateries here have a lot of catching up to do in terms of cleanliness.


Public urged to boycott dirty eateries in Klang

IN A BID to raise awareness on cleanliness, the Klang Municipal Council has called on the public to stay away from dirty eateries.

Metro News

Close watch on eateries to protect food haven status

A WHOPPING 120 eateries in Penang have been temporarily shut by the Penang health authorities this year for poor hygienic.

Food News

Two satay eateries in Kajang reel in the crowds

The Star People’s Food Awards for September focuses on satay. Here are two places with some of the best.


Smoking ban at eateries delayed due to lack of awareness in rural areas

GOPENG: The decision to extend the educational enforcement period before the smoking ban at eateries is due to the lack of awareness in less developed areas, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.


22 'tom yam' eateries ordered to close in Seremban

SEREMBAN (Bernama): A cleanliness operation mounted against 50 eateries offering tom yam meals in this city on Tuesday (April 16) resulted in 22 of them being ordered to close for 14 days to spruce up their premises.

Metro News

Business at eateries slowly improving following no-smoking ruling

JOHOR BARU: Business at some eateries has picked up since the no-smoking ruling took effect on Jan 1 while some have lost their customers.

Metro News

Dirty Grade C eateries under MPSJ’s watch may face closure

SUBANG Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is considering issuing closure notices to Grade C restaurant owners whose eateries fail cleanliness inspections, instead of merely issuing them compounds.


‘Popular eateries must be sensitive to consumer sentiment’

PUTRAJAYA: Popular eateries must be sensitive to consumer sentiment when increasing their prices, says Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail.