Qatar shuts down restaurants

Qatar shuts down restaurants

By whykaykay

The Minister of Economy and Trade’s Consumer Protection Department (CPD), has released its first advertisement identifying a violator, after a year of stating that it would name and shame restaurants that have been closed for health violations.

The first violator identified was Shiraz Garden Restaurant in New Salata  which was closed for 2 weeks since October 2nd after it was found falsely selling whitefish fillets labeled as hammour. 

In addition, 50 more restaurants were closed down in the industrial area, however these have not been named. Other well known restaraunts such as Thai Chi at Villaggio Mall and IDAM, the Alain Ducasse restaurant at the Museum of Islamic Art – have both been closed by the municipality for for some time this month.

​What are some restaurants you usually eat at?

Source: Doha News

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By pjaypee• 7 years 6 months ago.
pjaypee

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By Good old joe• 7 years 6 months ago.
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Good old joe

Wow....Did they have such clean and shining kitchens as in the picture in the restaurants that they shut down at the Industrial area. If yes then they must have been shut down for overcharging rather then for health or cleanliness issues

By Nabs• 7 years 6 months ago.
Nabs

I agree with this action ...

By muhammad yasir siddiqui• 7 years 6 months ago.
muhammad yasir siddiqui

@brit: Did someone arrest him Because I didn't see him here in Ql for a long time ...

By britexpat• 7 years 6 months ago.
britexpat

I hear that Rizks' Emporium is also under investigation :O(

By muhammad yasir siddiqui• 7 years 6 months ago.
muhammad yasir siddiqui

Afghan Brothers, Zauq, Kutba Al Rabwah,

By rashaddiab• 7 years 6 months ago.
rashaddiab

Thai massage in Al Nasr St. food is amazing but the problem is cockroaches are full time employees over there!

By soniya• 7 years 6 months ago.
soniya

I like to dine at AALISHAN...

By contactjaveed• 7 years 6 months ago.
contactjaveed

aryas

By doha estate• 7 years 6 months ago.
doha estate

LULU fast food

By rishad2013• 7 years 6 months ago.
rishad2013

Can i report some restaurants too ? LOL.

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