Anuar's Fish Head Curry in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur has been ordered to close down temporarily
The premises were found to be so dirty that it may put people's health at risk
Also referred to as 'Nasi Kandar Bawah Pokok', the stall is known for selling RM3 meals that consists of a plate of rice, a piece of fried chicken, and a side of vegetables.
The closure notice was issued by the Health Department of Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya after an inspection was conducted and officials found the premises terribly dirty.
The Vocket reported that authorities did not disclose other details regarding the condition of the restaurant.
The stall has been ordered to shut down starting Monday, 10 February
It is scheduled to be back in business on Tuesday, 25 February.
In the meantime, the restaurant's management was instructed to clean the premises in accordance with Section 11 of the Food Act 1983.