SINGAPORE - The Crave Nasi Lemak outlet at Plaza Singapura has been suspended for two weeks for rodent infestation, the second such case in four months at the shopping mall.
In May, the Plaza Singapura Toast Box outlet was suspended for a rodent and cockroach infestation by the National Environment Agency (NEA).
According to a suspension notice on NEA's website, Crave's stall at #B2-43, 68 Orchard Road was suspended from Friday (Aug 10) for two weeks until Aug 23.
Ms June Ang, centre manager for Plaza Singapura, said it is working closely with Crave to improve its hygiene standards, and stepped up checks on other tenants.
"Cleanliness is of paramount importance to our mall and we have instituted tenant guidelines on proper housekeeping and pest control," she added.
The Crave outlet has accumulated 12 demerit points over the past 12 months and was fined $900, NEA said in its suspension notice.
Licensees who accumulate 12 or more demerit points during a 12-month period may have their licences suspended for either two or four weeks, or cancelled altogether.