The Guam Daily Post reports that local dining favorite Old Town Chinese Restaurant, usually packed for dinner on a Friday night for its “homestyle” Shanghai cuisine, went silent yesterday. The dining crowd was locked out.
Tips from concerned citizens, often accompanied by photos taken on their smartphones and widely circulated on social media – and also provided to the Department of Public Health and Social Services – have increased the temporary closures of food businesses.
In Old Town’s case, a customer complained to the public health agency of finding ants inside roast duck.
“Some evidence to support the complaint was observed,” states the inspection report, released upon request yesterday following a Thursday inspection.
The ants complaint led to numerous findings of food-handling and sanitation issues, the report shows.