Have you ever been to the Lahore Karahi House in Gillingham? You'd best hope not.
A recent inspection by environmental health officers found a few of these little nasties in there...
The rest of the establishment wasn't much better as these filthy worktops show.
Owner Zia Ur Rehman Cheema appeared in court and admitted eight hygiene offences.
Prosecutor, Alan Conroy, said: "There was a large and widely spread cockroach infestation.
"Cockroaches and their fecal matter were on the paper used to wrap the cooked food in.
"There was a general lack of cleanliness and no disinfectant or sanitiser.
"The chopping boards were both used for cooked and uncooked food."
The restaurant was fined £800 and ordered to pay £2,000 in costs.
If you want to check it out yourself the good news, it's still trading after reopening in August last year.
"Chapulines fundido is made with one of Mexico’s most sustainably farmed, yet unusual ingredients, grasshoppers. We take fried chapulines and cook them with softened shallots, garlic and smoky chipotle chillies to create a delicious salsa, which is served with queso fundido, a mixture of gratinated mozzarella and cheddar cheese, perfect for scooping up with corn tortillas."
Insects are cheap: Cold blooded creatures don't need to be kept warm and are a really easy way of converting veg into protein. They are also really cheap to breed
adult locusts and grasshoppers have the same levels of protein to raw beef, comparably and they are packed with nutrients
Insects don't fart as much as cows, uses less land and water to survive and can actually eat up food waste.
They aren't likely to make us ill through transmitting diseases .... no more BSE or bird flu, or salmonella.
Dine on the exotic bugs of the east at ARCHIPELAGO Restaurant in London (W1T 5ED)
These edible Yellow Scorpions, Mesobuthus martensii (Chinese armor tail scorpion) have been cooked and dried. The stingers are safe to eat