Indian restaurant reopened in Stevenage after cockroach clean-up

Cockroaches in some of the food packaging

Cockroaches in some of the food packaging - Credit: Archant

An Indian restaurant has reopened three weeks after being shut down due to a cockroach infestation.

The Maharajah

The Maharajah - Credit: Archant

The Maharajah in Stevenage old town has gone back into business after Stevenage inspectors visited the premises nine times over three weeks.

A spokesman for Stevenage Borough Council said: “The council’s environmental health team served a Hygiene Emergency Notice on the Maharajah restaurant and the premises were closed immediately. Following a visit on October 4, this notice was lifted as there was no longer deemed to be a significant health risk to the public.”

The Maharajah was unavailable for comment.


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