Mandarin & Dicky's Wild Hare Closed Due To Cockroaches

By Emma Koch - 21Alive

Mandarin & Dicky's Wild Hare Closed Due To Cockroaches

February 25, 2014 Updated Feb 26, 2014 at 6:10 AM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- Two local restaurants have been closed by the Fort Wayne - Allen County Health Department because of cockroaches.

Asakusa re-opened Tuesday after being closed down Monday due to cockroaches. And Tuesday The Mandarin in Maplewood Plaza and Dicky's Wild Hare on Maplecrest Rd were closed due to cockroaches.

According to inspection reports, inspectors found two live cockroaches on two different glue board traps and three dead cockroaches underneath a three-bay sink behind the bar at Dicky's Wild Hare. Read the full report here.

A complaint filed about "roaches crawling up the wall" led inspectors to The Mandarin where they found a live cockroach in crack below the main prep line in the kitchen and one dying under the dish machine. The report states that there were a minimum of 10 dead cockroaches found throughout the establishment. Read the full report here.

You can see the previous inspection reports on the Food & Consumer Protection page of the Department of Health website.

Complaints can be filed here.

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