UPDATE: Mississauga Restaurant Temporarily Shut Down by Peel Public Health
A restaurant in Mississauga was temporarily closed following what Peel Public Health deemed a failed health inspection.
On Monday, November 5, Peel Health inspected Japanese restaurant Kinton Ramen, located at 4026 Confederation Parkway.
Peel Public Health said the restaurant failed the inspection and was subsequently closed down.
According to the inspection report, food was not properly stored to prevent contamination and/or adulteration, posing a significant health risk.
This is the only failed inspection on this location's record.
UPDATE: Kinton Ramen says that the restaurant has re-opened and says the initial closure had to do with a infrastructure issue.
“On November 5th at around 4:30pm, the city inspector passed by Kinton Ramen Mississauga and due to a clogged pipe, the location had to close for service,” Kinton Ramen said in an email to insauga.com.
Kinton has since re-opened.
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