The FAVV took the decision following several checks that identified problems with the hygiene.
FAVV's Dorien Van Geert: "In precise terms we're talking about grills that hadn't been sufficiently cleaned and dirty walls."
Checks revealed that the solutions put forward by the manager only led to a temporary improvement not a long term solution.
The agency stresses that there was no immediate threat to food safety, but future food safety couldn't be guaranteed. As a result the agency decided to revoke the restaurant's licence.
Dorien Van Geert: "If the manager wishes to reopen, he will have to apply for a new licence and the FAVV will evaluate the request."