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Gaylord Restaurant Reopens After 10-Day Closure

51 year old Indian restaurant’s ‘health risk condition no longer exists’

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The iconic 51 year old Indian restaurant Gaylord in Fitzrovia has reopened after its unforeseen closure at the start of this month.

The restaurant — which was closed on 25 August, having been served a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Notice — was issued a “Certificate that the health risk no longer exists” on 4 September. Eater London understands that the restaurant has faced no further issues and has been operating as normal since then.

A spokesperson for the restaurant told Eater London that the hygiene issues faced by the restaurant were “as a result of the Crossrail [train tunnel digging] works taking place beneath Soho and Fitzrovia — and the resultant disruption.”

The notice, which certifies the restaurant no longer poses a health risk, states:

“The enforcement authority certifies that it is satisfied you have taken sufficient measures to secure the health risk condition described in the:
Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Notice served on you on 25 August 2017 is no longer fulfilled with respect to the food business.”

Courtesy Gaylord

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