A Subway in Orlando was forced to temporarily close it doors for a day last week after a health inspector found that there were no usable restrooms at the facility and that flushed toilets were backing up into the kitchen.
The Subway located at 4353 Edgewater Dr Ste 400 in Orlando was temporarily closed on September 5, after an inspector with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation cited four health code violations.
During the visit, the inspector found that a “minimum of one bathroom facility” was not available to the public.
“There is no bathroom for customers or staff to use,” reads the report. According to the operator of the restaurant, a work order was in for the bathroom to be fixed.
The report further notes that flushed toilets were backing up “into the kitchen.”
The restaurant was reinspected on September 6 and was permitted to reopen after no violations were cited.