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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Auckland Council's revealed it closed a number of restaurants this year, as they're too filthy to stay open

    Auckland Council's revealed it closed a number of restaurants this year, as they're too filthy to stay open


    Some of the filthiest finds this year include cockroach-ridden floors, other pest infestations, and mould.

    After inspections between March and May, officials slapped seven places around the city with E grades for food safety - forcing them to close until the issues are fixed.

    Eleven restaurants received a D grade meaning they can stay open while they clean up their kitchens.

    Two of the E-graded eateries have told the Herald they've reopened after fixing their issues and are awaiting their new grade pending.

    A full list of the restaurants that failed inspections is on newstalkzb.co.nz

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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