Partners Restaurant temporarily closed after failed health inspection

A new restaurant that opened this past May was temporarily closed down last week after a health inspector cited multiple food health code violations.

Partners Restaurant, located at 5112 North Lane, was forced to close down its northwest Orlando restaurant on Tuesday, November 1, after an inspector from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation cited 20 health code violations.

Among the violations were two considered high priority, including the presence of roaches. During the inspection, the inspector found multiple roaches throughout the restaurant.

Additionally, raw fish was being stored improperly above cooked pork, according to the report.

The restaurant was reinspected later that day and was permitted to reopen, despite 13 violations remaining.

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