Restaurant Watch | The Henrico Citizen

Following are routine and complaint inspection reports for Henrico County food establishments inspected recently by the Henrico Health Department, according to Virginia Department of Health guidelines. Deficiencies are noted as “priority” or “priority foundation” (posing a direct or immediate threat to the safety of the food being served) or “core” (representing a failure of cleaning or maintenance). Inspections represent only a snapshot of the establishment on a specific date and time and may not be representative of its overall cleanliness, according to the VDH. Unless noted, all reported violations were corrected at the time of inspection or shortly thereafter.

MAY 1
Roma’s Italian Restaurant, 325 East Williamsburg Road – One priority violation reported (several items in salad prep unit observed at improper temperatures) and no priority foundation violations reported.
Elko Deli, 3990 East Williamsburg Road – No violations reported.

MAY 2
Arby’s, 11298 Patterson Avenue – Two priority violations reported (pre-sliced turkey in walk-in observed at improper temperatures; elevated temperatures in make table, use of cardboard boats appeared to increase temperatures – leaf lettuce, sliced tomatoes, brisket, corned beef observed at improper temperatures, romaine and mixed lettuce in front salad display observed at improper temperatures) and no priority foundation violations reported.
Golden Corral, 4050 Gaskins Road – Two priority violations reported  (gravy observed hot holding on stove at improper temperatures after two hours; burn cream observed being stored over top of clean silverware) and one priority foundation violation reported.
Hillbilly Reds BBQ, 353 East Williamsburg Road – One priority violation reported (raw foods of animal origin – ribs – observed stored over ready-to-eat chicken in refrigeration unit, ready-to-eat items in walk-in observed stored uncovered) and no priority foundation violations reported.
Little Caesar’s Pizza, 9514 Woodman Road – One priority violation reported (pizza sauce made on Monday observed at improper temperature on bottom of prep unit) and one priority foundation violation reported.
Pelon’s Baja Grill, 2231 Dabney Road – One priority violation reported (shredded cabbage, pork in individual bags in make table on cook line observed at improper temperatures) and one priority foundation violation reported.
Qdoba Mexican Eats, 4501 South Laburnum Avenue – One priority violation reported (sanitizer in bucket along cook line and at three-compartment sink observed at improper levels) and no priority foundation violations reported.
TD’s Smokehouse Barbecue, 8919 Patterson Avenue – Two priority violations reported  (employees and person in charge could not identify symptoms associated with food-borne illness nor identify the six enteric diseases that employees must be excluded for; mac and cheese made at 10 a.m. was improperly cooled and observed at improper temperature) and one priority foundation violation reported.

MAY 3
Anokha Indian Cuisine, 4015 Lauderdale Drive – Three priority violations reported (raw chicken observed stored over prepared spinach in walk-in; goat, lamb and chicken prepared the previous evening observed at improper temperatures; temperature of food in make table found elevated) and four priority foundation violations reported.
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, 5400 West Broad Street – One priority violation reported (food employee observed cleaning food prep area and then putting on clean gloves to continue food prep without washing hands) and no priority foundation violations reported.
Dominic’s of New York, 4401 Pouncey Tract Road – One priority violation reported (sausages observed hot holding on grill top at improper temperatures) and no priority foundation violations reported.
Gaucho, 7801 West Broad Street – No priority or priority foundation violations reported.
Kabob Place, 8906 West Broad Street – No priority violations reported and one priority foundation violation reported.
On the Mark Meals, 7801 West Broad Street – One priority violation reported (pork in walk-in made May 1 observed at improper temperatures) and no priority foundation violations reported.
Pho Tay Do, 6328 Rigsby Road – Six priority violations reported (manager was not aware of the “big six” and the associated symptoms that would exclude an employee from work; employee observed touching basil leaves without gloves; raw chicken observed stored over cooked egg rolls, eggs stored next to a bag of basil; cooked duck and cooked beef observed cooling in low boy at improper temperatures; raw beef, sprouts on prep top unit observed above air curtain up against wall in back kitchen, sprouts stored above air curtain in prep top next to chest freezer and cooked beef and raw beef in prep top next to grill at improper temperatures; quaternary ammonium sanitizer observed at improper level at three-compartment sink) and two priority foundation violations reported.
The Answer Brewpub, 6008 West Broad Street – Two priority violations reported  (chicken breast cooked at 9 a.m. that morning not being adequately cooled; beef skewers and pork in prep table, cooked previous day, observed at improper temperatures) and one priority foundation violation reported.
Tuckahoe Middle School, 9000 Three Chopt Road – Two priority violations reported (whipped cream at reach-in unit at Cafeteria 3 and baked beans and cole slaw in walk-in refrigeration unit observed at improper temperatures; food debris greater than one day old observed on all utensils stored clean in a clean container – food debris also observed in container) and no priority foundation violations reported.
Zorba’s Greek-Italian Cuisine, 9068 West Broad Street – One priority violation reported (items in right prep unit – chicken, diced tomatoes – observed at improper temperatures) and no priority foundation violations reported.

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