Tea Station at 4355 Spring Mountain Road was shut down by the Southern Nevada Health District on Aug. 14 after inspectors found 58 demerits during the routine inspection.
SNHD found spoiled food, a lack of hand washing, food reheated to the wrong temperatures, food unprotected from contamination, ineffective pest control measures and more.
SNHD shuttered the restaurant in 2006 after a 55 demerit inspection. Most inspections since 2000 resulted in A grades, although since that shutdown, Tea Station seems to get a C grade that's close to closure followed by an A at re-inspection.
Also shuttered, Jasmine Express at 5546 Camino al Norte in North Las Vegas with 50 demerits. SNHD inspected the restaurant on Aug. 14 and found no hot and cold running water from an approved source, food unprotected from contamination, ineffective pest control measures and more.
Jasmine Express received two C grades since inspections started in 2007.
The Southern Nevada Health District routinely shuts down restaurants that receive more than 40 demerits. Restaurants have the option of requesting a re-inspection before the next scheduled inspection.
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