Tokyo Ramen Fusion was forced to temporarily close the doors on its restaurant last week after a health inspector found at least a dozen and a half health code violations.
According to a report from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, the business, which is located at 5076 W Colonial Drive, was visited by the inspector on Tuesday, May 10.
During the inspection, a total of 18 violations were cited, including the presence of rodent activity as evidenced by over 70 rat droppings found around the kitchen area. The business was also operating with an expired Division of Hotels and Restaurants license, according to records.
The restaurant was reinspected on Wednesday, May 11, and was permitted to reopen after only three basic violations remained.