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Chinatown restaurant shut over lengthy list of health-code violations

An ISD health inspector this week ordered Taiwan Cafe, 34 Oxford St., closed until it can fix a long list of violations, including prescription drugs found above areas where food is prepared - and stored with some food - storing ice under pipes from a hand-washing sink and letting some food sit on a sink used for washing mops.

The can of Raid the inspector found atop a walk-in refrigerator did little to assuage concerns about pest control - especially not with the evidence of flies found in the kitchen.

The restaurant can seek a follow-up inspection to prove it has fixed all the violations.

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Sounds like my kitchen ...

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The food is quite good there. So what if you get a little Lipitor in your Szechuan White Fish.

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What kind of prescription drugs? Anything good?

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The online report doesn't specify.

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I'll have the Xanax Sauteed Chicken with a side of Vicodan fried rice.

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