Rozi’s Restaurant in Birmingham, Shut Down, Owner Nargis Ali, Fined £1,800, for Dirty Cleaning Clothes and Zero Hygiene

Rozi’s Indian Restaurant in Minffordd Road near RAF Valley in Anglesey, shut down following zero hygiene rating, restaurant boos Nargis Ali, 45, of Lime Grove, Birmingham, fined after admitted two charges of contravening the Food Hygiene.

Food hygiene officials found containers full of mouldy food at Rozi’s Indian Restaurant in Anglesey, following which the restaurant was given a zero hygiene rating by food inspectors.

Inspector found curry in uncovered in the kitchen and there were also concerns about dirty cleaning clothes being washed in the sink, along with mouldy food found in refrigerators which were not working properly.

Nargis Ali was the owner of eatery and her husband, Mohammed Ali, was the manager at the restaurant and in charge of its day-to-day running.

On day of inspection officer met met manager Mohammed Ali who showed them to the food storage areas, officer found two freezers and three refrigerators. One of the refrigerators was turned off

but contained cooked meat.

There was the risk of contamination and unsafe food being served to customers, said the food inspection during his routine visit.

Nargis Ali was fined £245 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £30. In addition, she must pay Anglesey council’s investigative costs of £1,576.