2014-01-28 09:46:33 Source: Sydney Original Website Marieedit

Sydney News January 1, Australian Eastern Time Recently, a well-known Sydney restaurant was tragically placed on the NSW Food Authority's "blacklist" and was fined 28 Australian dollars.

The $880 fine for the restaurant Pilu at Freshwater might make you think that this restaurant may be similar to a hawker stall in Bangkok, but definitely not a Sydney restaurant.

"Clean the dishes and equipment outside the premises"-this is a warning issued to this restaurant. Pilu’s boss, Giovanni Pilu, said that the warning was based on a kiosk below the restaurant, but he decided that the fine was extremely unfair. "This pavilion is so small, we only have a small shelf in the kitchen area to stack the dishes to be washed, so we have to put some cups on the cart outside, which is done in many places in Manly." He said .

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