Video reveals rodents at Brisbane restaurant

This video stuff is everywhere, and people and proprietors can’t hide.

The Courier Mail reports rodents have been caught on CCTV in a Brisbane CBD shopping center, according to owners of an Indian restaurant which has been fighting to keep its food licence.

The firm behind Indian Odyssey told Queensland Administrative and Review Tribunal it had installed ultra-sonic devices to deter rodents.

Brisbane City Council had cancelled the food licence of Techno Protective Security Services, trading as Indian Odyssey, in October, after problems with cleanliness and pests, the tribunal heard.

But QCAT senior member Kerrie O’Callaghan later ordered a stay of that ratatouille..chefjpgcancellation and has just published reasons for that decision.

The restaurant company told the tribunal it was the shopping centre – not named in the judgment – that had problems with rodents, but the restaurant now had pest inspections every three months.

The restaurant and council had since resolved the matter.

This entry was posted in Restaurant Inspection and tagged , , , by Douglas Powell. Bookmark the permalink.

About Douglas Powell

A former professor of food safety and the publisher of, Powell is passionate about food, has five daughters, and is an OK goaltender in pickup hockey. Download Doug’s CV here. Dr. Douglas Powell editor, retired professor, food safety 3/289 Annerley Rd Annerley, Queensland 4103 61478222221 I am based in Brisbane, Australia, 15 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time