Marvin Zindler reports on Houston area kitchens
(3/30/07 - KTRK/HOUSTON) (KTRK) -- The Houston health inspectors kept right on working when I was away. And they found a lot of problems in our local dining establishments, including roaches, rodents and slime.
Ninfa's in the 3600 block of Kirby was told to get rid of rodents. Inspectors said they spotted rodent droppings in a storage area.
At Colima in the 3300 block of Fountainview, the health officer reported roaches in the kitchen. He quarantined the refrigerator and said the hand washing sink was blocked by utensils.
Food was off temperature at
- Papa Johns in the 10,600 block of Fuqua
- Hungry Farmer at 40 East Crosstimbers
La Raza in the 9400 block of South Gessner was told to clean all equipment to get rid of grease and food debris.
At Steve's Cafe in the 3700 block of Scott, health officers reported finding roaches, dirty floors, and condemned 40 pounds of food they say was not in sound condition.
Soda nozzels were dirty at
- Bonjour in the 4400 block of Yale
- Guiterrez Dairy Queen in the 12,900 block of Scarsdale
And now for the 'Big S':
Have a good weekend, good golf, good tennis or whatever makes you happy.
Marvin Zindler, Eyewitness News!
(Copyright © 2007, KTRK-TV)
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