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The largest restaurant in Britain has received a warning from fire officers over its safety standards.
Cosmo, the Croydon-based all-you-can-eat buffet, was served with an enforcement notice by fire officers after a number of faults were found at the property.
The business, which is capable of seating 800 people according to a report by the Croydon Advertiser, failed to comply with five specific areas including failure to review the building's fire risk assessment, and failure to ensure emergency routes and exits were adequately lit.
However, the restaurant's management played down the situation. Manager John Prior, who was appointed just a week before August's inspection took place, told the Advertiser that there was nothing for customers to worry about.
He said: "I'm Cosmo's first English manager, so I know all about health and safety. I've worked with fire inspections before and I know what they're looking for. If it had been something serious I would have closed the restaurant and made sure everything was done.
"There was no reason to do that and I'm confident everything will be in place when the fire brigade returns."
All businesses have a responsibility to manage fire safety under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.Back..