Restaurant ordered to throw out food

By Jeff Weinsier, Reporter, jweinsier@Local10.com
Published On: Feb 26 2013 10:57:35 AM EST
Updated On: Feb 26 2013 05:03:13 PM EST

MIAMI -

State inspectors shut down four South Florida restaurants last week and made one throw out its food because of a roach issue.

Below are the restaurants and some of the violations.

 

Chifa Restaurant Pollo Don Jose
1427 SW 107th Avenue
Miami

Inspection Date: 2/18/13
"High Priority - Observed 10 plus live roaches in kitchen area."
"High Priority - Roach Excrement and/or droppings present. throughout kitchen, on shelving, food contract surfaces."

 

Subrageous II
1553 SW 107th Avenue
Miami

Inspection Date: 2/19/13
"High Priority - Roach activity present as evidenced by live roaches found. 20 plus live roaches in kitchen area by electrical panel, along floor, additional 30 plus by walk-in cooler live."

La Granja Parrilla and Seafood
7240 West Commercial Boulevard
Lauderhill

Inspection Date: 2/19/13
"High Priority - Roach activity present as evidenced by live roaches found. 20 adult on and in a container of raw corn on a prep table in the kitchen. 2 live in a closed container of per packaged saltine cracker on a shelf near the prep table. 3 adult in an open container of prepped onions near the same prep table.  All items were immediately disposed of into the dumpster."
"High Priority - Stop Sale issued due to adulteration of food product. Prepped onions, raw corn & prepackaged saltine crackers."

China Wok Chinese
10739 NW 58th Street
Miami

Inspection Date: 2/21/13
"High Priority - Dead roaches on premises."
"High Priority - Roach activity present as evidenced by live roaches found.12 lives on kitchen area, behind cooking equipment."

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