Royal Palm restaurant's hygiene rating downgraded after 65 diners fall ill

(PHOTO: Facebook/Royal Palm at OCC)

Popular halal buffet restaurant Royal Palm, located at Orchid Country Club, has had its food hygiene grade downgraded to “C” after 65 of its diners fell ill.

According to the National Environment Agency (NEA), a total of 65 people reported having gastroenteritis symptoms after consuming food provided by Royal Palm on 30 October and 20 November last year.

Following investigations, NEA has adjusted the restaurant’s hygiene grade, effective from Wednesday (4 April). The grade will be reviewed in 12 months time.

Yahoo News Singapore has reached out to Royal Palm, a popular wedding venue, for comment.

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