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 discovered rodent droppings/rodent waste on the floor in the unused equipment area and also under the shelves in the dry food storage area. Health department issued an official citation to restaurant owners.
Violation: Inspectors found live cockroaches on the kitchen floor. Order to managers given, eliminate the presence of roaches.
Violation: Foods found stored off temperature: Turkey found at 45 degrees, ham found at 45 degrees, lettuce found at 55 degrees, rice found at 65 degrees, melon found at 52 degrees and beans found at 51 degrees. Foods supposed to be stored at or below 41 degrees to prevent bacterial growth.
Violation: Foods found stored off temperature: Guacamole found at 46 degrees, cheese found at 46 degrees and chorizo found at 43 degrees.