Popular Portuguese restaurant closed due to poor hygiene

Popular Portuguese restaurant closed due to poor hygiene

Lisboa Restaurant in the 2nd arrondissement of Lyon – DR/Google Street View

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Located on rue des Quatre Chapeaux in the 2nd arrondissement of Lyon, the Portuguese restaurant Le Lisboa has been forced to close its doors following an inspection by the Directorate for the Protection of Populations (DDPP).

The notice was actually given on May 22 after the first inspection, and Lisbon failed the second inspection on July 4. Establishment of a Failure to maintain, maintain and clean buildings and equipmentThe Rhone Prefecture also noted poor food storage and preservation conditions.

Due to the risks, the Civil Protection Directorate took the decision to administratively close the facility. Considering that the continuation of the activity poses a risk to the health of consumers due to the high possibility of contamination and the resulting risks of poisoning.

Lisbon will have to take 25 corrective measures before a possible reopening. The restaurant in particular must: Provide all employees with training in good hygiene practices.“, Implementing an effective pest control planOr “Clean every day before starting the activity all traces of insects throughout the building.”.

After a new inspection by the DDPP, Lisbon could only reopen if corrective measures were implemented.


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