Halal buffet restaurant Royal Palm at Orchid Country Club had its hygiene grade downgraded to a “C” on 4th April 2018, after 65 people reported having stomach flu symptoms after consuming food at the venue on 30th October 2017 and 20th November 2017.
The National Environment Agency (NEA) said in an advisory that the revised hygiene grade was due to an outbreak of a suspected food-borne illness.
In the advisory, NEA said that it will review the restaurant’s hygiene grade a year later from 4th April 2018, and will keep the premises under surveillance for now.
The restaurant is situated on the ground floor of Orchid Country Club’s social club house, has a seating capacity of 350 and hosts weddings and corporate events.
It is famous for its halal lunch and dinner buffets, which costs up to $35++ for the price of an adult.
The restaurant is owned by the Singapore Hospitality Group, which also runs a chain of halal eateries such as The Landmark, Warung Nasi Pariaman and I AM @ Tampines Hub.
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