Halal buffet restaurant The Landmark suspended 2 weeks for unclean premises, sale of unclean food
SINGAPORE – A popular halal buffet restaurant in Singapore has been suspended for two weeks by the National Environment Agency (NEA) for selling unclean food andfailing to keep its premises clean. The Landmark, located on the fifth floor of Village Hotel Bugis in Victoria Street, will cease operations from Tuesday (Aug 28) to Sept 10. The NEA said in a statement on Tuesday that the restaurant was suspended, as it had accumulated 16 demerit points over the past year. The restaurant was also fined $1,100. On its website, The Landmark claims to serve the best halal buffet in Singapore. Lunch and dinner buffets cost between $30++ and $40++ for an adult. A spokesman for the restaurant told The Straits Times on Wednesday an item on its buffet spread, “Seafood on Ice”, had failed a random check by NEA.
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