Paducah restaurant closed due to low health inspection score passes re-inspection

UPDATE 3:16 p.m. 2/23: Chin Restaurant is back open for business Friday afternoon, according to he Purchase District Health Department.

The restaurant was temporarily closed Thursday due to a low score on a health inspection. Health Department Environmental Health Program Manager Joel Barrett says the restaurant applied to have its license reinstated Friday morning, and a re-inspection was performed at 1 p.m.

Barrett says Chin passed the re-inspection, and is back open for business Friday afternoon.


UPDATE 12:47 p.m. 2/23: The Purchase District Health Department says Chin Restaurant has submitted an application for reinstatement. The agency will do a re-inspection Friday afternoon.


PADUCAH — A restaurant in Paducah is closed Thursday due to a permit suspension from the health department.

Chin Restaurant on James Sanders Boulevard in Paducah is closed. A notice of closure was posted on the restaurant’s door by the Purchase District Health Department.

The notice says the restaurant’s permit to operate has been suspended because the business received a score of 56 during an inspection.

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