this year chick – fil-a title snatched ,America’s Favorite Restaurant According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index, for the eighth year in a row. From free food offer For almost-famous service, including climbing a storm drain a customer’s cellPeople online often praise chain spots.
But a Chick-fil-A in Miami-Dade doesn’t seem to fit the bill. Florida officials recently ordered the closure of this particular restaurant after 30 health violations.
Violations include 50+ bugs, odors and leaky garbage bags
The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation inspected the restaurant based on a complaint. It is not clear what was said in the complaint. However, inspection revealed significant issues with live cockroaches and flying insects. wplg local 10 received a copy Violations detected.
“Roach activity is present, as found in evidence of live cockroaches. 2 live roaches were observed crawling on the wall in the drinking area by the staff,” the report said. “1 live roach in the employee drinking area The panel located on the wall went into the strip. Saw 1 live roach crawling on the wall of the back storage area.”
Includes additional violations “Live, small flying insects in the kitchen, food preparation area, food storage area and/or bar area.” The inspector also saw hand wash sink, front counter drink section, ice machine and insects flying from the walls. The number of insects varied between two and fifty plus.
The inspector also found food residue in the preparation sink, a buildup of food debris on the door handles of the appliance, and “objectionable odors in the kitchen area.”
“Waste is not placed in a receptacle for storage unless the garbage is inaccessible to insects and rodents. Garbage bags sitting in a box with liquid leaking out through the back door of the kitchen are marked,” the report said. It also said, “There is accumulation of dark matter/grease/food debris in the interior of the oven/microwave. Spotted stove, deep fryer, grill and preparation table area is dirty.”
Location ordered to be closed for violations by Florida officials
According to wplg local 10, The 820 North Miami Beach Blvd location is relatively new. Last week an inspector visited Chick-fil-A. Following the findings, the authorities ordered the closure of the place on 2 August. wplg Spoke to the location manager about the results.
“That’s all solved,” said the manager. “We will contact you as soon as possible” [public relations] The team is ready.”
Records show that the department inspector returned on August 3; However, “many violations still exist.” Therefore, the location was not allowed to reopen after the first re-inspection. wplg It also pointed out that the manager or the Chick-fil-A PR team never reached the station with updated commentary.
At this time, it is unclear whether the location remains closed. Although wplg reported that “All locations have been ordered closed, allowed to reopen after an ordered cleaning and re-inspection.”