Flying bugs, rats and cockroaches are causing five restaurant closings in central Florida

The inspectors identified 21 violations, including seven as high-priority. This included live cockroaches in a dry rice container, under the trash can, in the lid of the cooler, in the bar, at the cash register, at the beverage station, behind the kitchen counter and on the floor under the freezer. Other high-priority violations were raw vegetables that were stored in a freezer with ready-to-eat food, raw shell eggs over tzatziki sauce in the walk-in cooler, chicken, hummus, eggplant, feta and sliced ​​tomatoes at incorrect temperatures and “food” not in a healthy, be healthy. “

Comments are closed.