Jin Jin 98 was shut down by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation April 8 after failing a health inspection.
According to the DBPR report, more than 100 dead cockroaches were found in the restaurant, with most concentrated around the waitress station, the fryer and freezer.
Additionally, 36 live cockroaches were also observed in the restaurant.
Other violations that were reported included having no proof of parasite destruction for the cold smoked salmon, eggs kept at room temperature, food that had been prepared and stored for more than 24 hours that was not properly dated and serving tilapia marked as red snapper.
Jin Jin 98 was reopened April 9 after passing its follow-up inspection, although the restaurant was again marked for the smoked salmon and red snapper violations, the report said.
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