MORE booze has been seized from a restaurant that was raided before Christmas.
Police confiscated hundreds of bottles of wine and spirits from Italian restaurant Il Gatto Nero, Kirkgate, and nearby bar Cobi, in December.
It followed reports the venues were selling smuggled alcohol.
Four men were subsequently arrested on suspicion of tax avoidance and selling smuggled goods and the designated premises supervisor resigned.
The restaurant was banned from selling alcohol and from having alcohol on display for sale.
But police have taken further action after undercover officers were sold booze during two separate visits.
Officers confiscated a further 45 bottles of spirits, four bottles of champagne, six bottles of cider, 122 bottles of lager and 58 bottles of wine.
Owner Reza Nafari said the manager who was on duty at the time the alcohol was sold had been sacked.
The restaurant’s licence is set to be reviewed.