Shocking Discovery Roaches Force 5 Central Florida Restaurants to Close Doors!

Shocking Discovery: Roaches Force 5 Central Florida Restaurants to Close Doors!

The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation says that between March 26 and 31, five restaurants had roach or rat problems that forced them to close.

Seminole County

The Casselberry restaurant New Peking Buffet Inc. at 100 Live Oaks Blvd. closed on March 28.

They found 22 violations, and seven of them were very important. One worker worked with food without washing their hands, there were roaches and rodents, food was kept at the wrong temperature, and food-contact surfaces were dirty.

On March 29, inspectors went back to the restaurant. They found seven rules that were broken, but none of them were very important.

The restaurant passed the inspection.

Brevard County

On March 28, the Golden Dragon restaurant at 291 E. Eau Gallie Blvd. in Indian Harbour Beach closed.

Officials found 11 violations, one of which was a serious problem with rodents. On March 29, inspectors went back to the restaurant. They found eight rules that were broken, but none of them were very important.

The restaurant passed the inspection.

On March 27, the B&B Caribbean Restaurant at 6050 Badcock St. SE #1 in Palm Bay closed.

Officials found three problems, one of which was a serious problem with roaches.

On March 29, inspectors went back to the restaurant.

They only found one mistake, which wasn’t a big deal.

The restaurant passed the inspection.

Volusia County

On March 28, the Monkey Morning Cafe at 1728 S. Nova Road Suite A in Daytona Beach closed.

They found 34 violations, and eight of them were very important. There were roaches, food was stopped from being sold because the temperature was wrong, raw food was stored on top of ready-to-eat food, and the food was kept at the wrong temperature.

On March 31, inspectors went back to the restaurant. They found four rules that were broken, but none of them were very important.

Before reopening, the restaurant needs to be checked again.

On March 30, Rice Bistro LLC., which was at 3751 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Unit 2, in Port Orange, closed.

Officials found 14 rules that were broken, and three of them were very important. There were roaches, food was kept at the wrong temperature, and a toxic substance was not stored properly.

On March 31, inspectors went back to the restaurant.

They only found one mistake, which wasn’t a big deal.

The restaurant passed the inspection.

Complaints and warnings

With 19, Orange County in Central Florida had the most warnings and other complaints.

Volusia County had 12, Brevard County had 11, Seminole County had 11, Osceola County had 9, and Lake County had 3. If problems still exist after warnings and required follow-up inspections, the business could be shut down.

You can look at the list below to see what restaurants in Central Florida have been inspected in the last 30 days. Those with emergency orders had to close because of serious problems. They could only reopen after follow-up inspections confirmed that the problems had been fixed.

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