The Punjab Food Authority also imposed a fine on a fourth restaurant
Three restaurants have been sealed along the Lahore-Islamabad Motorway for selling low-quality meat and using expired oil.
Teams from the Punjab Food Authority, led by director-general Muhammad Usman, checked restaurants located along the motorway on Sunday.
One restaurant was sealed for selling low-quality meat and the presence of insects. Another was sealed for having poor facilities to store meat.
A third restaurant was sealed for using expired cooking oil to cook chicken broasts.
Another restaurant was fined Rs25,000 for not being able to produce the records of when the oil they were using would expire.
Usman said that restaurants at service areas along the motorway will be checked every Sunday.