Food & Drink

See this week’s restaurant health inspection report card

Here, find one South Florida restaurant with a recent perfect health inspection (The Good), one with significant roach or rodent violations (The Bad) and one ordered to temporarily close (The Ugly).

Read full health inspections and reviews at dine.miami.com.

The Good

IHOP, 399 N. Homestead Blvd., Homestead. Inspected on June 19; zero violations.

The Bad

SLS South Beach, 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Inspected on June 4; six violations, three high-priority.

Inspector’s notes: “Roach activity present as evidenced by 25-plus live roaches found. Found on walls and floors. All prep room.”

Issued an emergency order to temporarily close; reopened the next day after a follow-up inspection.

The Ugly

Little Tokyo, 11401 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines. Inspected on June 15; 20 violations, three high-priority.

Inspector’s notes: “Rodent activity: Approximately 40 fresh droppings in soda storage area, four fresh droppings in mop sink.”

Issued an emergency order to temporarily close; reopened the next day after a follow-up inspection.

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