Food inspections for Feb. 20, 2018 |

Bockers II

221 N. Fourth St.

Licensing inspection Feb. 6

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: Follow-up required

La Hacienda

3003 Anderson Ave.

Routine inspections Feb. 7

Critical violations: 7

• The cook did not wash her hands after placing raw beef onto grill and prior to handling ready to eat flour tortillas for an order.

• Located at the steam table, there was a pan of cheese sauce holding at 108 degrees.

• In the reach in cooler, there was a plastic container of salsa at 51 degrees and another container at 46 degrees. Upon arrival, the plastic containers of salsa were stored on the table next to the cooler at room temperature.

• In the make table left of the grill, there was cooked on-site beef dated Jan. 22 to 28. In the walk in cooler, there was a pan of shredded beef dated Jan. 29 to Feb. 4.

• Located on the wire storage rack across from the soda fountain, there was sugar stored in a non-food grade container. In the back storage room by the walk-in cooler, there was oregano stored in a non-food grade container. Located on the table below the grill, there was one non-food grade bottle of liquid butter and one non-food grade bottle of liquid oil. The bottles were labeled for chemical use.

• Located on the steam table, there was bread stored in a non-food grade grocery bag.

• Located on the wire storage rack next to the handsink, there was a bottle of soap stored above a box of food service plastic food wrap. Located in the back food preparation area, there was a can of multi-purpose oil stored on the food preparation table and next to a box of tin foil. In the storage room by the back exterior door, there was bottles of degreaser stored above a box of single use napkins.

Non-critical violations: 7

Results: Follow-up required

Dancing Ganesha

712 N. Manhattan Ave.

Complaint inspection Feb. 7

Critical violations: 9

• The dishwasher was spraying off the dirty utensils, loading the utensils into the ware machine, then touching the clean utensils without washing his hands between tasks.

• In the walk-in cooler, a container of korma (made with raisins/cashews) dated Jan. 28, a plastic container of chana mosala (cooked onions/peas) dated Jan. 31, a container with tomato sauce without a date, a container of kameri all with white fuzzy mold on the food content. In the walk-in cooler an open bag of spring mix leafy greens with a green slime on the food content. In the make station, an opened can of coconut milk without a date. There was a plastic container of seasoned potatoes without a date and a container of carrot halwai without a date. In the walk-in cooler, there was a container of mango kesari without a date.

• In the make station, a container of raw shrimp stored beside raw ready to eat onions. In the walk-in cooler, a container of raw marinated chicken stored on a shelf above raw onions.

• In the walk-in cooler, raw shell eggs stored on the top shelf above a box of heavy whipping cream. In the walk-in cooler, a plastic container of diced raw chicken stored on top of a container of cooked beets.

• In the kitchen, there were plastic 5-gallon buckets of chana mosala and chana mosala with temperatures of 147 degrees.

• On the counter beside the make station in the kitchen, there was an open carton of whipping cream at 64 degrees.

• In the walk-in cooler, there was a container of coconut chutney dated Jan. 2 to 24, a container of kesari dated Jan. 28 to Feb. 7, a metal container of curry rice dated Jan. 31 to Feb. 10.

• In the ware washing area, the employee washing utensils was using a damp cloth to wipe clean utensils out of the ware machine when he observed food debris on the utensils.

• In the buffet area, sanitizing solution in the wiping cloth bucket was measuring 500 ppm.

Non-critical violations: 5

Results: Follow-up required

Subway

3041 Anderson Ave.

Routine inspection Feb. 8

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 2

Results: No follow-up

McGraw’s

2315 Tuttle Creek Blvd.

Routine inspection Feb. 8

Critical violations: 9

• The grill cook did not wash his hands after touching forehead and prior to handling a clean plate for a customer’s order.

• In the walk in cooler, there was an opened package of cream cheese with mold on the surface of the cream cheese.

• In the walk in cooler, there was a sealed box of raw bacon stored on a wire shelf above an open box of raw potatoes.

• In the make table across from grill, there was one carton of raw shell eggs stored on a shelf above covered plastic containers of ready to eat shredded pork. In the walk in cooler, there was three cartons of raw shell eggs stored on a wire shelf above a sealed container of ready to eat sour cream.

• Located on the table next to the fryer, there was a plastic container of chicken wings holding at 45 degrees and a container of raw pork loin holding at 60 degrees.

• In the walk in cooler, there was no date marking on four plastic containers of alfredo sauce. In the reach-in cooler, there was no date marking on an opened package of ham. In the walk-in cooler, there was no date marking on a container of chili.

• Located at the mop sink in the Blue Hills Room storage room, the faucet had a y-valve attached. Attached to the one of the y-valves was a hose with the hose end hanging below the flood rim of the sink. Attached to the other y-valve was a hose that connected to a dispenser that had a built-in backflow prevention device.

• Located on a shelf behind the bar, there were two cans of chafing dish fuel stored in between packages of clean silverware.

• In the kitchen on the main line, there was a bottle of sanitizer hanging on the storage rack above an open container of taco shell.

Non-critical violations: 5

Results: No follow-up

Manhattan Catholic Schools

306 S. Juliette

Routine inspections Feb. 8

Critical violations: 2

• In the top reach in cooler, there was milk at 46.4 degrees.

• Quaternary ammonia in wiping cloth buckets has a concentration of 500 ppm.

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

Hunam Express

1112 Moro St.

Routine inspection Feb. 8

Critical violations: 4

• In the walk-in cooler, a food grade tub without a lid containing raw beef was stored on a wire shelving rack shelf above ready-to-eat fried food.

• Raw shell eggs were in an open carton sitting on the prep table in the kitchen.

• The food temperature measuring device the person in charge said is used to check food temperatures, is stored in the glass door reach in cooler with dried food debris on the food and non-food contact surfaces.

• A green bottle of dish soap was stored on top of the ware machine with clean utensils inside. The wiping cloth bucket has chlorine as a sanitizing solution measuring at 200 ppm.

Non-critical violations: 4

Results: No follow-up

Short Stop

2010 Tuttle Creek Blvd.

Follow-up inspection Feb. 16

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

Mr. K’s Café

3901 Vanesta Drive

Reopening inspection Feb. 16

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

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