Rodents, roaches and moths: Here’s how some Houston restaurants fared this week

HOUSTON – KPRC 2′s Bill Spencer makes his weekly rounds to restaurants in town to make sure they are keeping up to the health standards in Houston.

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Here’s a closer look at the restaurants that Spencer reported on this week.

A Sweet Factory

3330 Hillcroft

Violation: Critical violation found. Rodent droppings discovered inside an unused, warmer cabinet and also inside the cabinets on the front line.

Order: Eliminate all rodents.

Fruit Ideas Refresqueria

12625 Market Street

Violation: Inspectors discovered a live mouse stuck to a glue trap.

Mai’s Restaurant

3401 Milam Street

Violation: Inspectors found a dead moth lying inside a container of washed, ready-to-eat, lettuce. Inspectors labeled the lettuce as “food not safe for human consumption." All of that lettuce was condemned and thrown away.

USA Wings

54 E. Crosstimbers

Violation: Inspectors discovered one live cockroach and three dead roaches behind the deep fryer machines. Inspectors wrote, “pest control must do a treatment immediately to effectively eliminate cockroaches. A repeat violation will result in a citation or closure.”