LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Secret of Siam Thai restaurant in Centennial Hills reopened Wednesday after it was shut down following stories of a number of prospects turning into in poor health after consuming there.
More than 30 prospects reported turning into sick between Jan. 25 and Feb. 14 after consuming on the restaurant. The Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) then ordered the eatery to shut in February.
Investigation confirmed the purchasers who grew to become in poor health examined constructive for THC and cannabinoids due to a curry powder that was offered from from a 3rd get together. According to paperwork obtained by the 8 News Now I-Team, on Feb. 17, detectives discovered “a plastic tub containing an orange solid substance with red and white substances throughout” examined constructive for THC.
“We try to be strict on everything, but the things that happened, we were also confused, we don’t know what happened but we tried so hard hard to check it out,” new worker Weera Buonanno mentioned.
Buonanno informed 8 News Now the house owners introduced her in to oversee the longer term of the restaurant, and that she has talked to each employees member and can preserve an additional eye on operations to be sure that the incident doesn’t repeat itself.
Because there was no prison intent within the incident, Metro police closed their investigation of the restaurant. SNHD’s investigation continues to be ongoing, nevertheless it allowed the restaurant to reopen as lengthy as they comply with a number of particular protocols.
The restaurant is positioned close to Anne Road and Centennial Center Boulevard.