The latest restaurants closed for poor sanitation include Old Town Chinese II and Uomaru-Honten.
Guam – Complaints of bugs in food led Public Health officials to Old Town Chinese restaurant in upper Tumon, but what inspectors found led to a notice of closure.
An anonymous tip regarding ants found inside a roast duck alerted health food inspectors to the Chinese restaurant on January 4.
According to an inspection report, when health officials arrived, there was still some evidence present to support the complaint.
In addition to bugs in food, health inspectors cited Old Town Chinese restaurant for improper health violations ranging from hazardous food temperatures, plumbing issues, and several live cockroaches of various sizes scattered all throughout the restaurant.
Old Town Chinese restaurant received a “D” rating and was subsequently closed.
Meanwhile, a restaurant also located in Tumon called Uomaru-Honten was shut down yesterday for unclean surfaces, the presence of pests, and improper food handling.
Just like Old Town Chinese, Uomaru-Honten received a “D” rating as well.