Health inspectors have shut down a College Station restaurant for the weekend.
Haiku Japanese and Korean Restaurant on University Drive scored a 58 on its inspection Thursday.
Among the violations were moldy soda nozzles, dirty knives, flies and chicken not kept cold enough.
Haiku's owner, James Lee says inspectors took off points for a lot of little things, which are being fixed.
This is the second time this year the restaurant has been shut down, requiring it to be closed for 72 hours, according to the health department's new policy.
Haiku can reopen on Sunday, if it passes inspection.
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