Health Department shuts down Salt Lake City restaurant for mice, cockroaches, filth

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 14, 2017 (Gephardt Daily) — The Salt Lake County Health Department has shut down a restaurant after finding cockroaches, mice, their feces, and a total of 32 health code violations.

Closed is the East Sea Restaurant, at 120 N. 900 West, Salt Lake City. Violations were for issues including:

  • Live and dead cockroaches and mice, feces on food containers
  • The use of a hospital vomit bucket to store frozen shrimp
  • Rodent bait stored on food preparation surfaces
  • Dirty floors and work surfaces and plumbing problem

The restaurant will remain closed until the issues are resolved and another inspection confirms that fact.

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