Chinese restaurant Tai Pan is welcoming customers again after months of being closed.
Following an inspection from the Liverpool Council, Tai Pain shut its doors after the local authority's environmental health team visited the premises in May, following a "complaint from a member of the public".
Customers planning a trip to the restaurant were met with a sign in the window which read: "Due to technical problems, the restaurant will be temporarily closed. Apologies for any inconvenience."
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The restaurant also shut unexpectedly a few weeks earlier in May with a similar sign that read: "Sorry we are closed until further notice.”
Tai Pan has now reopened to the public with its original opening hours and menu available. Tai Pan is set above the WH Lung supermarket and wholesaler and is known for its Dim Sum and other Chinese cuisine.
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