Restaurants ordered shut
Roach activity observed at three South Florida restaurants
“The roaches fell out and started running," according to an Inspector with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. The incident happened last week at Le Cap, in North Miami.
Two other restaurants were ordered shut.
Below is a list and some of the violations.
***LE CAP RESTAURANT
13639 N.W. 7thAVENUE
INSPECTION DATE 12/3/12
2 CRITICAL VIOLATIONS
3 NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS
“Observed roach activity as evidenced by live roaches found 50 plus roaches found:27behind reach in freezer in dry storage area where food is keep, 2 behind reach in cooler in kitchen, 1 on shelf in kitchen where utensil are kept. 10 in the cracks of the shelf over the steam table where food is being held to sever to the consumers, 11 in The wheels of the shelf in the dry storage area when role The roaches fell out and started running.”
2998 N.W. 55th AVENUE
INSPECTION DATE 12/7/12
5 CRITICAL VIOLATIONS
5 NON CRITICAL VIOLATIONS
“Observed roach activity as evidenced by live roaches found 20 and more live roaches in the kitchen area.”
“Observed food stored on floor.”
***SABOR DEL REY RESTAURANT
835 N.W. 37th AVENUE
INSPECTION DATE 12/6/12
13 CRITICAL VIOLATIONS
3 NON CRITICAL VIOLATIONS
“Observed dead roaches on premises. On kitchen floors and front counter floor.”
“ Observed roach activity as evidenced by 15 live roaches found in the kitchen on walls and shelves.”
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