Florida - Your health and safety, it’s the reason we go out every week to get you answers about the places you love to eat. In this week’s original Restaurant Report, Action News Jax Ben Becker tells us about violations that inspectors found at local restaurants.
Inspectors found potentially hazardous food temperatures, tiny flies -- too many to count and a plumbing system in disrepair at Sliders Oyster Bar in Neptune Beach.
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The restaurant was temporarily closed.
The McDonald’s located in the 1000 block of Highway 300 in Baldwin was cited for 59 live, small-flying insects, potentially hazardous food temperatures and soil residue on a nonfood contact surface. It was also temporarily closed.
Success Chinese on 103rd Street was also temporarily shut down after an inspector found 32 rodent droppings, it was operating with an expired license and duct tape was used to repair a non-food surface.
A restaurant known for its chicken also made this week’s report.
Jollibee on Atlantic Boulevard was cited for potentially hazardous food temperatures and sewage backing up through floor drains.
It was temporarily closed.
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