Slime, roaches and unsafe food: 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 about this week.
El Muelle Seafood
6705 Airline Drive
Violation: Inspectors discovered 10 or more live cockroaches in the kitchen near the dish-washing area. Inspectors ordered pest control to be called immediately.
James Coney Island
Violation: Inspectors found chicken breasts, mac-and-cheese, chopped tomatoes and feta cheese all stored above the required temperature limit of 41 degrees. Foods were found at 57 degrees. Those items were ordered to be thrown away.
Violation: Black and brown slime found in the ice machine. Inspectors wrote, “Ice machine not maintained and cleaned as often as needed to prevent accumulation of mold/mildew/algae/biofilm/slimy substances.”
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