Hong Kong Noodles in North Miami Beach and Hitching Post BBQ in Hialeah were among six restaurants in Miami-Dade closed last week for health violations. Other restaurants ordered to close include Jennifer's Cafeteria in North Miami Beach, Mindy Supermarket in Hialeah, Nacha Cafeteria in Allapattah, and Marcelo's Restaurant Pescaderia, also in Allapattah.
Hitching Post in Hialeah was one of six Miami-Dade County restaurants closed last week for roach or rodent activity.
Hong Kong Noodles is a Chinese restaurant located in Miami's mini Chinatown on North Miami Beach Boulevard across from the 163rd Street Mall. Online reviews are mostly favorable, but that didn't prevent state health inspectors from shutting the place down Thursday, February 6, at 2:42 p.m. for roach activity. The restaurant was approved to reopen the next day at 4:41 p.m.
Hitching Post BBQ is a unique Cuban barbecue restaurant that has been at the same location on Okeechobee Road in Hialeah for several decades but traded ownership a few years ago. The buzz online has been mostly negative since the change of ownership, claiming sour and dry food. The restaurant was shut down Monday, February 3, at 1:43 p.m. for rodent activity and was allowed to reopen Wednesday, February 5, at 11:39 a.m.More »