Indian restaurant owner facing multiple hygiene offences gets suspended prison sentence

The owner of an Indian Restaurant in Skegness has been handed a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay costs totalling £2,577.83 for multiple food hygiene offences.

Shazia Gulzar, owner of Ali Nawab Ltd, formerly the Agra Tandoori Indian Restaurant on Drummond Road in Skegness, was prosecuted by East Lindsey District Council for failing to address safety issues identified during an inspection in June 2018, despite having been served a formal notice and caution requesting standards be improved.