The NSW Food Authority maintains a list of restaurants which have received penalty notices, searchable by name, postcode or suburb. You can also browse a list of restaurants recently added to the register and put yourself off dinner altogether by reading about why they got a penalty notice. While you’d hope that any business thus busted would clean up its act, let’s be honest: you’re probably still going to choose to go to another restaurant nearby. If you know of a similar resource for other states, share it in the comments.
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