The Epoch Times released a list of the city's cleanest and dirtiest restaurants, and Brooklyn fared...okay. None of the top six cleanest are in our borough (the Bronx seems to be the best place to get a clean plate of food), but only two of the dirtiest are in Brooklyn: a Golden Krust on Nostrand Avenue, which seems to share the space with mice, cockroaches and insects along with customers, and a Jamaican restaurant on Saratoga Avenue; rats and insects were found there. The list came courtesy of State Senator Jeff Klein, based on data from the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The Senator, and his colleague, Brooklyn's Senator Eric Adams, are hoping the ratings will lead to more pressure on the department and thus fewer cockroaches with your side of fries.
Senators Release List of NYC's Dirtiest Restaurants [Epoch Times]
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New York's Dirtiest Restaurants
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