Margaret Kuo’s restaurant reopens – Main Line

Posted: August 1, 2017 at 7:41 pm

Radnor >> After complying will all the requirements and passing a new inspection on Monday, Margaret Kuos in Wayne reopened its doors. Larry Taltoan, Radnor Township health inspector, ordered the well-known Chinese eatery closed after it failed an inspection last week. At that time, owner Margaret Kuo said that they would work with authorities to take care of any problems.

Everything is back to normal, her husband, Warren Kuo, said on Tuesday. He said they have met with employees and now everybody is on the same page.

Its our heart and soul, Warren Kuo said about the Chinese restaurant which is marking its 15th anniversary in Wayne this year. There is no absentee management.

He insisted that there were no rodents or roaches in the restaurant.

A July 31 letter from David Earwood with Modern Exterminating & Termite Co. stated: After doing a thorough inspection of the property, it is my professional opinion that there is neither a rodent or pest infestation at this location.

Also, May and June receipts from Wilson Pest Control found the sanitation at the site was good.

Asked via email about the finding by an outside contractor that there were no rodents present in the restaurant, Taltoan had no comment.

The Kuos own two other restaurants, Margaret Kuos in Media and Mandarin in Malvern. Margaret Kuo has received many awards for her cooking over the years. She is known for her authentic Peking duck recipe and both Taiwanese and northern Chinese cuisine. The Wayne restaurant also has a traditional Japanese sushi bar upstairs.

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