‘Mama Sambusa’ closed by Public Health at Burien Farmers Market Thursday
A booth operated by ‘Mama Sambusa’ at the Burien Farmers Market was closed by a Public Health food inspector Thursday, Sept. 19 at 1:30 p.m., due to the “imminent health hazard of no handwashing facilities available.”
“The business will be reopened once the inspector confirms that this issue has been resolved,” reads an announcement sent out by Public Health.
To clarify, it was the vendor’s booth at the market that was closed, not the restaurant itself.
“Mama Sambosa African Kitchen on 6th in Burien has not had its permit revoked,” Hilary Karasz of Public Health told The B-Town Blog Friday afternoon.
The Food Establishment Closures homepage is online at www.kingcounty.gov/health/closures