The business was closed for a week while police, as well as health and work safety officers, searched the premises for drugs.
Minor health and work safety breaches were found, mostly relating to emergency exits.
”When you’ve got 20-odd police officers in suits, confining you to a booth, while they go through the place from head to toe for 6 hours and find absolutely nothing, it makes you wonder what they base their information on,” Mr Soprano said.
”We had to keep our staff on wages for over a week even though we weren’t open, because people have families to worry about. Effectively, it cost us a lot of money.”
ACT Police said the investigation was on-going.