A restaurant in Spain with a Michelin star has reopened almost one month after being linked to the death of a diner and 30 cases of food poisoning.
The Ministry of Health of Valencia detected the cases of food poisoning between Feb. 13 and 16 among customers of RiFF restaurant in Valencia.
More than 100 people who dined at the restaurant between these dates have been interviewed to try and find the vehicle of infection and food samples were sent to the National Toxicology Institute to be analyzed.
Initial investigations and inspections found the restaurant complied with sanitary regulations. It specializes in European cuisine and Mediterranean food. RiFF was opened in September 2001 and achieved a Michelin star in 2009.