HOUSTON – KPRC's Bill Spencer makes his weekly rounds to restaurants in town to make sure they are keeping up to the health standards in Houston.
Click through the slideshow to see which restaurants violated the health department standards this week.
Violation: Inspectors found baby German cockroaches, known as nymphs, in the bathroom, in the bulk food storage room, hiding inside the baseboards of the reach-in-cooler. They also found adult cockroaches on the front, food preparation table, and inside the Hobart mixer.
Violation: Discovered German cockroaches in all stages of life, under the kitchen cabinets, behind and on the side of the reach-in-cooler, under the bar and behind the decorative posters on the walls.
Violation: Inspectors found rodent waste under the floor pallets by the walk-in-cooler, and under the display cooler.
Violation: Inspectors found several foods stored off temperature, too warm, including pork, chicken and shrimp.