Ants, roach feces and spider webs contribute to health score at Sun Wok #2

Sun Wok #2 Chinese Food, 2429 Texas Ave. in Bridge City received a health score of 70 during a recent health code inspection. The demerits received included eggrolls at unsafe temperatures, employee drink inside the cooler, the need to date, label and cover all foods inside the coolers and freezers, defrosting beef and shrimp inside buckets of water, towels needed at the hand-washing station, ants, roach feces, and spider webs found inside the kitchen and dining room area and several areas in need of cleaning including storage containers.

 

Other Health Scores:

  • Star Stop #3

1402 16th Street, Orange

Score: 89

Demerits included: no hot water in the restrooms, floors inside the storage rooms in need of being cleaned and drinks stored on the floors.

  • Crawdad’s #7 – Store

12099 Farm to Market Road 1442, Orange.

Score: 90

Demerits included: The need to date all sandwiches inside the coolers, several gnats found at the drink station, and mold found on drink dispensers.

  • MOZ Grill/ Crawdad’s

12099 Farm to Market Road 1442, Orange.

Score: 94

Demerits included: Several flies and gnats found throughout, and area around the fryers/grill in need of being cleaned of old foods.

  • Star Stop #2/In and Out

100 West Freeway, Vidor

Score: 93

Demerits included: Several expired food items on the shelves.

  • Robert’s Steakhouse

3720 West Park Ave., Orange

Score: 94

Demerits included: Areas near fryers in need of being cleaned of old grease and the coolers and freezers in need of being cleaned of old foods.

  • McDonald’s #12561

2311 Hwy. 62, McLewis

Score: 94

Demerits included: Several flies found throughout and several areas in need of being cleaned.

  • El Mexicano Meat Market

2455 Texas Ave., Bridge City

Score: 96

Demerits are for the need to label and date all foods.

  • Vidor Superette #1

5645 North Main Street, Vidor

Score: 96

Demerits are for the need to have the store name and address on all bags of ice sold and the need to date all sandwiches inside the coolers.

  • Dairy Queen

780 North Main Street, Vidor

Score: 96

Demerits are for air vents dripping water above the fry station inside the kitchen.

  • Sonic Drive In #1214

2805 MacArthur Drive, Orange

Score: 97

Demerits are for the area around the fryers. Grill. And hot hold station in need of being cleaned of old grease. The health report notes major improvements have been done at this location.

  • Cakes Plus

7763 Lamurel Willey Road, Mauriceville

Score: 97

Demerits are for the need to clean storage shelves of old foods and dirt.

 

The following locations had zero violations and received a perfect score of 100:

  • Little Flock Daycare

8257 Hwy. 87 North, Little Cypress

  • Cardinal Dollar Express

1160 Texas Ave., Bridge City

  • Old Orange Café

914 West Division Street, Orange

 

The following locations passed with no violations. No score is given due to falling under the classification of “soup kitchen”:

  • First Presbyterian

902 Green Ave., Orange

  • Mount Sinai Baptist Church

1113 North 2nd Street, Orange

 

The following locations passed pre-opening inspections:

  • Waffle House #523

4212 27th Street, Orange

A new building in front of the old location opened this month. The old building will be demolished according to the health inspection report.

  • Daily Donuts

2580 Texas Ave., Bridge City

  • Big M’s Exxon Station #3

1918-A Strickland Drive, Orange

Store is reopening under new ownership.

Local

Two Orange residents killed in same-day wrecks in Louisiana

Local

PHOTOS — Community Food Distribution serves West Orange

Local

ADOPT A PET — Spanky is the perfect Little Rascal for you

Local

Shangri La Botanical Gardens hosting summer Sip and Stroll; see details

Columns

HEALTHY LIVING — Checking fluid levels important for cars and people

Columnists

FILM REVIEW — “Inside Out 2” is here to save Summer movies

Local

National Hurricane Center outlines expected Southeast Texas impacts

Local

PHOTOS — Golden Triangle Polymers open house highlights community outreach

Local

Orange Police prepare case for man who jumped from 2nd story apartment, injured leg while fleeing

Local

Vidor Police say possible body found in trunk was a mannequin

Local

Tropical development monitored in southern gulf/Bay of Campeche

Local

Kayaker helps authorities identify deceased male found in Adam’s Bayou

Local

Operation Texas Kill Switch kicks off in Southeast Texas

Local

Friends of the Orange Depot meeting this week

Local

3rd Annual Juneteenth Festival kicks off this weekend in Orange

Columns

CERTIFIED TEXAS EXPERT GARDNER — Saving honeybees are important for a community perspective

Local

Teacher externship connecting classrooms to careers for local teachers

Local

Vidor home suffers fire damage, authorities say

Columns

ASK A COP — How close is too close when tailgating?

Local

Explore Orange July 4 concert and fireworks celebration planned

Columns

CULINARY THRILL SEEKING — Enjoy these easy meals and great reads

Local

Orange County resident runs from cops after restaurant trespassing, police say

Local

“I expect additional declines ahead of July 4 for both gasoline and diesel prices”

Local

Lamar State College Orange touts increases in enrollment and graduation rates