The popular Perth restaurant is embarrassed after being named after multiple violations of the Food Law.
Arirang South Korea’s barbecue restaurants and cafes will have to squeeze a total fine of $ 45,000 and legal costs of $ 2,500 after a series of convictions at the end of last month.
Restaurants owned by Silver Vision Pty Ltd fail in many ways, including not storing food in a pollution-preventing manner, not maintaining cleanliness standards, and not maintaining facilities in good repair. It turned out to be. ..
He was also fined for failing to ensure that food handlers had sufficient skills and knowledge regarding food safety and hygiene.
Founded by the Yu family, Arirang serves a combination of traditional Korean and modern fusion cuisine and was WA’s first Korean barbecue restaurant, according to its website.
Perth city officials identified the breach during three visits in 2020. Twice in March and once in June.
This isn’t the first time a Barrack Street store has been brought to court due to poor food handling and poor cleanliness.
Most related to the lack of cleanliness and the inability to keep the facility in good repair, inspectors also did not wash their hands with warm water and properly stored food to protect it from contamination. We have issued a notice about not being there.
Owner Daniel Yu said the kitchen was old and the breach occurred when fewer staff were working on the kitchen during the lockdown.
“It was a very difficult situation during the blockade,” Yu said.
He said the kitchen has been kept clean since the breach identified last year and inspections by the city of Perth have revealed that the restaurant meets food handling standards.
Perth Restaurant Arirang South Korean barbecue restaurant and cafe convicted again for food safety violations
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