A Chinatown restaurant has been temporarily shuttered after a city inspector found a number of violations, according to Universal Hub. Bubor Cha Cha, located at 41 Beach St., was cited for food sitting out on the counters, blocked hand sinks in the kitchen (and no hot water), fruit flies in the basement, and improper thawing of food.
Additionally, the inspector cited the cleanliness — or lack thereof — of the contact surfaces and the storage of raw food above ready-to-eat food. Hot egg rolls were also stored at an improper temperature.
If the restaurant remedies these violations, it will be permitted to reopen following an additional inspection.
Bubor Cha Cha is a Cantonese seafood restaurant that serves a variety of appetizers, moo shi, rice and noodle dishes, lunch entrees (served with soup, spring rolls, and rice), and dim sum. It is typically open from 8:30 a.m to 12 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. But for now, it is closed.