Fresk Wok Restaurant, 5146 Nine Mile Road – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: observed an employee wash hands in the prep sink and dishes in the hand sink (use hand sinks for handwashing); men’s restroom and dish area hand sink don’t have paper towels; men’s restroom doesn’t have soap; sugar and cornstarch on the cook line are adulterated; facility could not provide parasite destruction letters from providers; dish machine sanitizer level is at 0 ppm; observed dried food debris on rice scoop, can opener and peeler; temperature of garlic and oil mixture is elevated; chicken and egg rolls prepared two days ago do not have date marks; bulk containers of white powders are unlabeled; multiple containers of food are incorrectly stored on walk-in cooler and freezer floor; cloth napkins should not be used to line egg roll containers; wood under rice cookers is unsealed and absorbent; shelves in walk-in cooler are heavily rusted; observed grease and dried food debris buildup on tempura, flour and sugar bins, walk-in shelves, soap and paper towel dispensers, shelving beside cook line, sides of cooking and refrigeration equipment, drain pipe from dish machine and on walls and floors; mop sink is backed up with standing water in it.
Glory Days Grill of Gleneagles, 10466 Ridgefield Parkway – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: black residue found inside the ice machine; observed elevated temperatures in both reach-in units on the ends of the cook line (shredded chicken, chicken wings, sliced cheese, ribs); temperature of milk in the bar refrigerator is elevated; chicken wings in the reach-in unit are past their expiration date; individual cutting boards are heavily scratched; foil should not be lining shelves on the cook line or under chemical containers at the bar; dry storage shelving is dusty; observed food debris and grease buildup under the grill; floor grout is very worn in some areas, especially near the dish machine.
Sulki’s Café, 6641 West Broad Street – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: raw shell eggs incorrectly stored over cooked bacon and boiled eggs in lowboy unit; observed less than 200 ppm quaternary ammonium sanitizer at three-compartment sink; bacon cooked four days ago and turkey used last week do not have date marks; temperature of cooked shredded chicken is elevated because it is cooling in saran wrap; multiple cutting boards throughout the facility are heavily scratched; facility couldn’t provide quaternary ammonium test strips; rack and shelves in front of house and in dry storage areas are dusty; wall paint in kitchen and dining areas is chipping; observed debris on floor under equipment.
Einstein Brothers Bagels, 5607 West Broad Street – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: bagels that require time control are not being tracked today; cleaner in spray bottle is unlabeled; temperature of twice-baked hashbrowns is elevated (found in closed container, no attempt was made to cool quickly); lox thawing in standing water is not completed immersed; cabinet under ice bin up front is dirty; walk-in wall is rusty; exteriors of walk-in doors are dirty.
China Star, 3423 Cox Road – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: facility does not have a certified food protection manager; observed an employee wash hands at three-compartment sink and another employee rinse hands at wok station faucet (wash hands at hand sink only); observed an employee handle a bag of raw chicken with bare hands and then touch a tray and pre-washed vegetables without washing hands; observed an employee drop tofu, pick it up with gloved hands and then touch tray without washing hands; raw eggs incorrectly stored over celery in walk-in cooler; raw chicken and other raw meats incorrectly stored over ready-to-eat food in reach-in unit; metal counter was not cleaned or sanitized before an employee cut tofu on it; observed food debris greater than one day old on wire cooking utensil hanging on wall and on two knives in knife holder; temperature of cooked rice made last night is elevated because it was not cooled properly; temperature of bagged pork in prep top unit is elevated; multiple foods (swai fish, celery, lettuce, box of oil) incorrectly stored on the floor; utensils stored in standing water but the water is not hot enough; to-go trays are not stored inverted; racks throughout the kitchen and in walk-in cooler are rusty; cutting boards throughout the kitchen are scratched and stained; observed debris and/or grease on several surfaces (shelves and racks throughout back kitchen, inside reach-in freezer and reach-in homestyle unit, in between and on sides of equipment, on hood filters, pipes, knife holder, racks and fan guard in walk-in cooler, racks in dry storage area, shelves in reach-in unit, and under equipment on the cook line); multiple storage items are not in use and should be removed from the facility; observed low grouting on floors throughout the kitchen; floor tiles in front of walk-in cooler are cracked; wall is deteriorating and missing a ceiling tile where water heater/mop bucket is stored; there is a hole in the ceiling corner in kitchen; observed debris and dead spider on floor corners of service station; ceiling tiles and lights throughout are stained; observed debris on walls and floors throughout the facility, especially under equipment on the cook line; employee foods are incorrectly stored with customer foods in reach-in unit and in service station area.
Dunkin Donuts, 10260 West Broad Street – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: front hand sink should not be used as a dump/rinse sink for coffee/latte cups (hand sinks are for handwashing only); single-service boats are not stored inverted; observed dust buildup on surfaces of oven, warmers, fan grate and door frame of walk-in cooler.
The Lilly Pad, 9680 Osborne Turnpike – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: there isn’t a handwash sign at hand sink in employee restroom; temperature of cheese sauce on the cook line is too low; person in charge states that burgers can be ordered with pink or without pink (ensure that if burgers are not meeting the minimum cook temperature of 155 degrees, there is a consumer advisory for that item on the menu); forks are not stored inverted; one hand sink doesn’t work; trash can in employee restroom doesn’t have a cover; mops outside the walk-in cooler are not being hung to dry.
Huang’s Express Inc., 5462 West Broad Street – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: several containers of foods in the walk-in cooler are uncovered; observed dried food debris on flour bowl used to breading; single-service containers are not stored inverted; egg cartons should not be used to drain broccoli; hood filter is damaged; walk-in cooler racks are rusty; vertical freezer is damaged; mop sink doesn’t have a dual check valve installed; observed dried food debris and grime buildup on floors behind and under equipment.
Fruit Bowl, 4204-A Eubank Road – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: temperature of cut cantaloupe is elevated; cold-holding unit is not working properly.
First Watch, 5310 West Broad Street – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: hank sink doesn’t have paper towels; temperatures of cooked sausage and chicken on the line are elevated; three-compartment sink drains are not functioning properly; observed dried food debris under grills and in utensil crock pot; mop sink doesn’t have a dual check valve installed; floor group along the cook line is low.
Frida’s Mexican Restaurant, 910 East Parham Road – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: open drinks found on prep surfaces throughout the kitchen; observed an employee cleaning fish in the hand sink (hand sinks are for handwashing only); there is zero chlorine sanitizer in the dish machine; monitor temperatures at the small unit holding sauces and salsa; multiple wet/stained wiping cloths are sitting out on prep surfaces; women’s restroom doesn’t have a covered trash can; observed cracked tiles and low grouting in drink station and dry storage areas.
El Nopal II Inc., 5205 South Laburnum Avenue – The following violations were reported during a routine inspection: facility could not provide a certified food protection manager certificate; person in charge was not able to identify the “big six” foodborne illnesses and their associated symptoms; hot water at the hand sink doesn’t reach the required 100 degrees; raw shell eggs incorrectly stored over ready-to-eat salsa in reach-in cooler; temperature of cream sauce sitting on ice is elevated; Mexican mashed potatoes, cooked shredded chicken and refried beans do not have date marks; oven cleaner incorrectly stored next to food on the cook line; beer incorrectly stored on the floor in dry storage room; two wet wiping cloths are sitting out on the prep table; two stacks of to-go containers are not stored inverted; observed two molcajete bowls on a shelf (replace with smooth and easily cleanable bowls); racks in the walk-in are heavily rusted; walk-in freezer doesn’t work and is currently being used for dry storage; facility could not provide test strips for dish machine or three-compartment sink; mop sink doesn’t have a dual check valve installed; paint is chipping on walls near the mop sink; floors of walk-in cooler and freezer are heavily rusted; ceiling tiles in water heater room are missing; ceiling tiles in kitchen and dry storage room are stained; wall and floor behind the cook line is covered in grease; observed heavy layer of buildup on floor under the soda products.