Update: Bubor Cha Cha in Boston's Chinatown Shuts Down, Reopens After Health Violations
[Ed note: This article was updated on December 24 to reflect the fact that the restaurant has reopened.]
A restaurant in Chinatown that offers Chinese, Malaysian, and other Asian food has been shut down by the city due to an array of health violations.
Universal Hub is reporting that Bubor Cha Cha on Beach Street was ordered closed by a Boston health inspector on Tuesday for such issues as raw food being stored above food that was ready to eat, seafood and pork left on counters for too long a time, hot eggrolls that were stored at too-cool temperatures, hand sinks not having hot water and being blocked by boxes, and fruit flies found within the place. The article says that the dining spot could be allowed to reopen if another inspection shows that the issues have been resolved, but for now, Bubor Cha Cha is closed.
[December 24 update: According to @y2000k, Bubor Cha Cha is open once again. (A call placed to the restaurant confirms that it is open until midnight tonight.)]
Bubor Cha Cha first opened its doors in the summer of 2009.
The address for this restaurant in Chinatown is: Bubor Cha Cha, 45 Beach Street, Boston, MA, 02111.
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