MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – DHEC inspectors found creepy crawlers at a seafood buffet in Myrtle Beach.
Bennett's Calabash Seafood Buffet is known for its seafood, but that's not all inspectors said they found.
Inspectors handed out a violation for roaches and bugs.
That's one of about ten violations the restaurant received - four were corrected on the spot, according to the report.
One of those was keeping food at the wrong temperature - that includes the staples, seafood and steaks.
The restaurant scored a B - an 86 - and a follow-up from the department of health.
In addition, DHEC inspectors visited the burger joint, Burger-Fi in North Myrtle Beach.
Inspectors aren't the only ones frequenting the eatery.
"We're not fast food people very much, my wife loves to cook, but this place has a very very good meal. The meat is really clean tasting, very good," John Graft said about BurgerFi.
Apparently, BurgerFi is not just clean tasting, but really just clean in general.
The department of health gave Burger-Fi a score of 98 in its most recent inspection.
"If you look at this counter, there isn't any cracks or crannies to catch a disease from or germs to build up, you could wipe this down really easy," Grant pointed out.
Not to mention the furniture is made from recyclables - something Burger Fi is known for, other than its burgers.
Remember - you can find out how a restaurant did before you eat.
Each establishment is required to have its score posted.
If you don't see it? Just ask.