June 27, 2017 food inspections | Food

McDonald’s

800 N. Fourth St.

Follow-up inspection June 19

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

Della Voce

405 Poyntz Ave.

Follow-up inspection June 19

Critical violations: 1

• Behind the bar and in between the wine cooler and mechanical dish machine, there were two live cockroaches on a glue trap and one live cockroach on the floor next to the glue trap.

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: Follow-up required

Dairy Queen

3116 Anderson Ave.

Routine inspection June 19

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

CiCo Waterpark Concessions

Wreath at CiCo Park

Routine inspection June 19

Critical violations: 2

• The Gehls machine had nacho cheese at 131 degrees and 133 degrees.

• In the three-compartment sink there was a brown plastic tub with a bleach solution above 200 ppm.

Non-critical violations: 2

Results: Follow-up required

Bamboo Buffet

2304 Stagg Hill Road

Follow-up inspection June 19

Critical violations: 3

• In the walk-in cooler there were two plastic food grade tubs of raw chicken being stored directly above two open buckets of raw, ready-to-eat diced potatoes.

• In the walk-in cooler there were two metal food grade pans of raw shrimp being stored directly above a metal sheet pan of cooked, ready-to-eat breaded chicken.

• In a reach-in cooler there were two metal food grade pans of raw chicken being stored directly above two metal food grade pans of raw shrimp. In the walk-in cooler there were two metal food grade pans of raw chicken being stored directly above a sealed box of raw beef muscles.

Non-critical violations: 1

Results: Follow-up required

Throwback Tavern

1344 Westloop Place

Routine inspection June 20

Critical violations: 9

• In the hot box there was a metal food grade container of gravy at 44 degrees.

• The cook touched five ready-to-eat taco shells with her bare hands when removing them from the non-food grade plastic tub they were stored in.

• In the make table there was a metal food grade container of raw bacon being stored directly above a closed jug of ready-to-eat Caribbean jerk sauce. In the walk-in cooler there was a sealed package of ready-to-eat sliced deli ham being stored directly in between a sealed package of raw beef steak and two sealed rolls of raw ground beef.

• In the hot box there were two metal food grade containers of taco meat at 127 degrees.

• In the make table there was a plastic food grade container of shredded blended cheese at 54 degrees. There was a plastic food grade container of jalapeno wraps with raw bacon at 61 degrees.

• In the make table there was a plastic food grade container with hard boiled eggs dated June 9.

• In the small make table there was a metal food grade container with two cooked chicken breasts and a bag of sliced deli ham without dates.

• On a lower shelf in the food service area there was a large non-food grade plastic container with ready-to-eat taco shells being stored in direct contact with the container.

• The mechanical dish machine located behind the bar was in use and it utilizes chlorine for sanitization. The concentration measured at 0 ppm.

Non-critical violations: 1

Results: Follow-up required

Baan Thai

1709 Fort Riley Blvd.

First operational inspection June 20

Critical violations: 5

• In the walk-in freezer there were 13 individual loosely wrapped packages of cooked chicken being stored in a box that was used to store raw chicken. There were also 79 individual loosely wrapped packages of cooked crab meat being stored in a box that was used to store raw chicken. On the dry food storage rack there were seven rotting red onions with black and green mold on them.

• In the walk-in cooler there was one metal food grade container, one plastic food grade container and a plastic ice cream bucket all with raw shrimp in them and they were stored directly above a bucket of ready to eat soy sauce. The bucket of soy sauce had a lid on it. The metal food grade container with raw shrimp had a lid on it, the plastic food grade container and ice cream bucket with raw shrimp didn’t have lids. In make table 3 there was a metal container of raw hard shell eggs being stored in the back of the cooler and next to a metal food grade container of cooked, ready-to-eat chicken and a metal food grade container of cooked, ready-to-eat shrimp.

• On the metal cart to the right of the handsink there was a plastic food grade container of Curry Pop at 62 degrees. The PIC said she was thawing it to cook. In make table 3 there was a plastic food grade container of bean sprouts at 45 degrees.

• In the small reach-in freezer there was one package of cooked sticky rice without a date. In make table 3 there was a plastic food grade container of cooked tofu without a date.

• Below the mechanical dish machine there was a jug of Raid Max Bug Barrier and a spray can of Raid And Roach. Both are not approved pesticides to use in a food establishment.

Non-critical violations: 5

Results: Follow-up required

Imperial Garden

421 Tuttle Creek Blvd.

Routine inspection June 21

Critical violations: 5

• On a rack in the back storage area there was a bag of white onions and six of them were rotting. They were softy, squishy and had green and black mold on them. There was also one potato that was rotting, soft and squishy.

• On a cart to the left of the fryers, there was a metal food grade container with breaded chicken at 110 degrees.

• On an ice bath there was a small metal food grade container of liquid pooled eggs at 50 degrees. In the reach-in cooler there were four metal food grade containers of cooked breaded chicken from 44 to 48 degrees.

• In the walk-in cooler there were four plastic food grade tubs of cooked breaded chicken without dates. There were six packaged on site beef salads without dates. There was a large metal food grade pan of cooked rice without a date. There was a large plastic food grade tub of lo mein noodles without a date.

• There were five live small flies in the onion bag located in the back storage area.

Non-critical violations: 4

Results: Follow-up required

Buffalo Wild Wings

1231 Moro St.

Routine inspection June 21

Critical violations: 2

• In the top cooler drawer there was a plastic container with wrapped raw, breaded chicken patties being stored directly above sealed bags of ready-to-eat macaroni and cheese.

• In the Wildcat storage room there was a working spray bottle of orange force cleaner being stored directly above an open box of creamers.

Non-critical violations: 3

Results: Follow-up required

Hy-Vee Mobile Unit

601 Third Place

Routine inspection June 22

Critical violations: 1

• On a table in the food prep tent there was a bottle of glass cleaner being stored next to a black crate of barbecue sauce bottles.

Non-critical violations: 1

Results: No follow-up

Hi-Lo

1119 Moro St.

Licensing inspection June 22

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

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