Several cases of salmonella have been confirmed by the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, and now officials are investigating a popular restaurant in connection with the food poisoning.

Officials at the board of health say 11 cases of salmonella may have originated at Corky and Lenny’s, in Woodmere, over the past three weeks, NewsChannel5 reported.

The restaurant is cooperating with health investigators, who say the bacteria would have come from contaminated food, which might have been caused by temperature control, improper cooking time or been passed to or from the hands of a cook or restaurant worker.

Corky and Lenny’s management said that the restaurant will be closed temporarily while health officials investigate.