by: Romney Smith Updated:JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- —
This week, two restaurants were temporarily shut down because of roaches.
Action News visited Mizu Japanese Steakhouse, in Orange Park. Inspectors found 19 violations, including live roaches. The restaurant was temporarily closed, and Mizu’s owner, Andy Li, said he called a pest company to spray the kitchen.
“We do every month, and then after that the next morning they see everything clear and they open up,” said Li. Inspectors also temporarily closed Tuptim Thai because inspectors found roaches that were dead and alive.
Lee's Dragon, on Baymeadows Road, is also high on the list of top health violators. It was warned about an employee that touched cooked food with bare hands.
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