So I decided to try something new. I went to an Asian mall and found a restaurant called Dim Sum. Dim Sum has mostly positive reviews and seems like they have a cult following.
After being served my meal, while it was still piping hot, I met a new friend.
The bug wouldn’t leave! It’s like the roach only loved my table. Although the food tasted great, I lost my appetite and left immediately. I didn’t cause any scene at the check out counter, quietly paid and left. According to The Spruce, I mishandled the situation.
If you spot at roach inside of a restaurant, this is what you should do:
- If you see even a single pest, your first step should be to report the sighting to a manager of the facility. It could be an isolated incident, or you could be doing the restaurant a favor by helping them take care of the problem on their own.
- If you are not satisfied with the response you receive, or it is a major or ongoing problem, the next step would be to report the problem to the state health department.
- Each state has some differences in its regulations, inspections, and reporting standards. However, in almost any case, you can contact your state health department to report a problem or receive guidance on how and to whom to report.
- You can find your state health department contact information at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.