The restaurant located in the Kalavad Road was inspected by a team of RMC led by medical officer Pankaj Rathod; they went through the kitchen, storeroom and other parts of the restaurant and found stale, inappropriate foods, rotten vegetables. Those were destroyed immediately.
There were 17 kilograms of rotten vegetables, 7 kilograms pasta, 14 kilograms bakery items, 9 kilograms of dough, 4 kilograms of inedible chutney, 4 kilograms boiled potatoes and poories that were no longer in condition of eating.
Medical officer Rathod, the leader of the inspection team told to Indian Express, “We found that they had stored the stale food on which fungus had grown in the freezer. Some vegetable were also found rotten and the raw food items were not stored as per standards mandated by Food Safety and Standards Act. Therefore, we destroyed some item on the spot,”
“We have issued the restaurant a notice asking it to take corrective measures and file a report with the RMC in four days. If they don’t reply to the notice in due time, the RMC has the power to cancel the license of the restaurant,” he further said.