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Four days later, the restaurant received permission to reopen.

Insect infestation and unsanitary conditions were some of the problems discovered during a routine inspection at a sushi and grill restaurant in downtown Richmond.

Real Love BBQ Restaurant at 250-7977 Westminster Hwy. in London Plaza was closed June 25-28 following a routine health inspection.

According to the report released by Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), the health inspector found additional violations, including blocking or using the handwashing station for other purposes and failing to use temperature recordings to monitor critical limits.

In addition, the premises were not free from conditions that could lead to the harboring, proliferation and penetration of pests.

During the inspection on June 25, a total of three critical and two non-critical violations were identified and a closure order was issued.

A follow-up inspection on June 28 found that the restaurant had corrected all critical violations. The only non-compliant issue was the presence of conditions that could lead to pest infestation.

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