HESPERIA, Ca. – San Bernardino County Health officials closed the Waba Grill Restaurant located in the 15500 block of Main Street in the City of Hesperia due to a cockroach infestation.
According to health department officials the location was inspected on Monday, November 23, 2020. During the inspection cockroaches, along with several other issues were noted leading to the immediate closure. According to the report, three live German cockroaches were found in the kitchen of the facility. These cockroaches were found on the floor near the cash register near the rice cookers, one on the floor under a sink and one on the floor under a different sink.
In addition to the cockroaches, a household can of Raid insecticide was found stored on a shelf. Commercial locations are only to use those labeled for commercial applications, per the county health department officials. Food which should have been stored at below 41 degrees was stored above 50 degrees and was voluntarily removed from the restaurant and destroyed. These foods included chicken breast, pork potstickers, pork and vegetable gyoza, beef steak, fruit juice, and Kevita Kombucha.
The restaurant was closed immediately and will be opened upon reinspection with the proper corrections.
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