More than 50 city and county food establishments were checked out by city inspectors this week. Four of our seven restaurants are Low Performers, with a combined 30 critical violations. But there are three who reach perfection this time. Let's begin with those in this week's Food for Thought.
Kaleidoscoops at 4902 34th Street is super cool this time with a perfect score. That makes them a Food for Thought Top Performer.
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Swif Shop Deli inside the Rip Griffin at 4609 Avenue A also receives zero critical violations, putting them on the Top Performing list as well.
Subway at 701 North Dowden Road in Wolfforth also earns a perfect score, earning zero critical violations.
The first Low Performer this time is Burger King at 7006 University with four critical violations.
The Manager at Burger King told NewsChannel 11 everything has been corrected. The report shows that all violations were corrected on site.
Next it's Subway at 2515 82nd Street with five critical violations.
A representative from the Subway offices sent us this statement in regard to their report, "One jalapeño slice was found in our hand sink--corrected on site. We purchase our vegetables in bulk quantity and separate out any items not conforming to high standards. This item was placed in a basket on the floor of our walk in along with one other unacceptable onion. One bottle of window cleaning agent was not properly labeled--corrected on site. Contact surfaces are washed after each rush, tuna scoop was overlooked and corrected on site. Onions found on floor: again this was the same basket containing the two unacceptable onions."
The report shows all violations were corrected on site.
Fortune Cookie Restaurant at 7006 University received six critical violations.
The Manager of the Fortune Cookie told NewsChannel 11 they corrected everything, the report shows all violations were corrected on site.
Finally the Deli Express inside the Shell Food Mart at 701 North Dowden in Wolfforth receives four critical violations.
The Manager at the Deli Express told NewsChannel 11 everything has been corrected and is going well. The report shows all violations were corrected on site.