Frozen shrimp stored in “hospital bucket for vomit”, mice, roaches shut down Salt Lake City restaurant

Posted on November 27, 2017 by


by Doug Powell

Ashton Edwards and Danica Lawrence of Fox 13 News report the Salt Lake County Health Department has shut down a Salt Lake City restaurant after finding 89 health code violations, 36 of which are critical violations.

The dept. said it closed the East Sea Restaurant at 120 N. 900 W. for violations including mice, cockroaches and that the “bucket for frozen shrimp in walk-in freezer is a hospital bucket for vomit.”

The restaurant management refused to answer questions about how they allowed these health violations to happen; however they posted a hand-written note on their door that said it was closed and plans to open on Monday, November 20th.

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