Napasorn Thai restaurant temporarily closes after failed health inspection

Napasorn was forced to temporarily close the doors on its downtown Orlando location last week after a failed health inspection revealed multiple health code violations.

Napasorn, which is located at 56 E Pine Street, was closed on Thursday, February 17 after over a dozen and a half health code violations were discovered.

According to a report from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, among the 19 violations discovered, 6 were considered high priority, including the presence of a live rodent and improper storage of chicken.

The report noted multiple rodent droppings were found around the establishment, including food shelves and storage areas.

The business was reinspected the following day and permitted to open when only seven violations remained, including three high priority.

Earlier in the week, Downtown Pourhouse was forced to temporarily shut down for a day after a failed inspection for, among other violations, the presence of rodent activity.

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