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Eateries must display no smoking signs and stop providing ashtrays

KUALA LUMPUR: Eateries must display no-smoking signs and stop providing ashtrays to customers from Jan 2019, says the Health Ministry.

Choose to eat only at Grade A eateries, says PPj president

A CHANGE in the community’s attitude to avoid patronising eateries that are not rated Grade A may encourage less hygienic eateries to improve cleanliness, Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) president Datuk Seri Hasim Ismail said.

Kepong MP claims some DBKL officers bribed by eateries placing tables outside

KEPONG MP Lim Lip Eng is alleging that some Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) enforcement officers may be taking bribes from eateries which had been placing tables and chairs on parking lots and sidewalks.

Ban on 24-hour eateries in residential, rural areas proposed

KUALA LUMPUR: A proposal has been submitted to the Government to ban 24-hour restaurants and eateries in residential and rural areas, in an effort to curb social ills.

Dzulkefly: Compounds for lighting up at eateries to start on Jan 1

SERDANG: The smoking ban at open-air eateries will be strictly enforced from Jan 1 next year and compounds will be issued to those flouting the law, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

Ipoh folk have mixed reactions to no smoking law at eateries

THE extension of the smoking ban to all eateries nationwide has garnered mixed views from the public.

Dirty eateries flouting safety and hygiene standards to be shut down

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry will shut down eateries that do not meet food safety and hygiene standards.

Secrets of superchef Alain Ducasse, whose eateries have 20 Michelin stars

French chef Alain Ducasse has numerous eateries all over the world, with a collective 20 Michelin stars, more than any other living chef. He keeps track of his restaurants by monitoring social media.

Group hails smoking ban at open-air eateries

PETALING JAYA: A smoking ban at open-air eateries in the country will help reduce the adverse impact of secondhand smoke and will help improve the wellbeing of Malay­sians, says a group of local medical-related organisations.

Group against proposed ban on smoking at all eateries

IPOH: The Malaysia Singapore Coffee Shop Proprietors’ General Association is against the Health Ministry’s proposed ban on smoking at all eateries, including open air areas without air conditioning.