6 restaurants including 2 at golf clubs shut down with roaches and rodents – Stock Daily Dish


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Six Orlando-area restaurants, including eateries at two country clubs, were closed by inspectors because of issues with roaches and rodents.

Kings Ridge Golf Club in had its restaurant temporarily closed by a state health inspector on Dec. 11 because of seven violations, including evidence of rodent activity, according to a report from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

Kings Ridge Golf Club is located at 1950 Kings Ridge Blvd. in Clermont.

The inspector found several rodent droppings in the kitchen area, including in a serving bowl, the report said. It reopened the next day after a follow-up inspection.

The Mayfair Golf Club in was shut down for the second time in 2018 on Dec. 11 because of problems with rodents too.

The report said there were droppings on the water dispenser and in the hand wash sink. It reopened the following day.

The club is owned by the City of Sanford. The club did not return a request for comment.

Akina Asian restaurant at 4300 S. Highway 27 in Clermont shut down Dec. 11 for one day because of violations including live and dead roaches.

I-Drive eatery Turquaz Turkish Cuisine was closed by an inspector Nov. 19 because of dead and live roaches in the restaurant. It passed a follow-up inspection the next day and reopened. It is located at 5648 International Drive.

Owner Zack Mountassir said a pest control company was not able to find any roaches and that he is disputing the report with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

Jumbo Asian Diner at 7798 Winter Garden Vineland Rd. in Windermere was shut down Nov. 29 by an inspector. The report noted dead and live roaches throughout the kitchen. It passed an inspection the next day.

Orlandos The Mediterranean Spot at 9430 E. Colonial Dr. was temporarily shut down Nov. 15 after failing an inspection because of roaches. There were 20 live roaches in a container containing onions, the report said.

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