The speed zapper was transformed into a Roly Poly sandwich, as Roly Poly at 421 Frankford avenue tops our Food for Thought top performer list.
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It's co-owned by Scott and Cristi Cline. "Your a top performer!" we said."Yes," answered Cristi. "Is Scott clean?" asked NewsChannel 11. "Yes, very clean," he said. "That's a big stickler with us, being clean," he said. They make 76 different Roly Poly's with a menu as long as the declaration of independence.
Our second top performer is Kentucky Fried Chicken at 2219 19th street. Finger lickin'good with zero violations. "We try hard to keep the place clean and good fresh products," said Assistant Manager Roger Terry.
Our first low performer is IHOP at 1627 University avenue with five critical violations. The inspector found shredded cheese at 65 degrees and eggs at 67 degrees. They found ham at 120 degrees and sausage at 130 degrees. Employees were not washing hands between glove changes, or between task change. The hand washing sink was full of rags, containers, and utensils, making it inaccessible for use. They found soiled plates stacked with clean plates. And found a soiled knife on a rack with clean knives.
This week's other low performer was River Smith's at 406 Avenue Q. The inspector found shrimp at 65 degrees, shredded cheese at 58 degrees, and melon at 53 degrees. At the time of inspection these items were all found on the food line. They found fried chicken at 130 degrees. They found several personal drinks in food prep areas without lids. The hand washing station was blocked with a trash can. And they found several spray bottles not properly labeled.
And that, our friends, is Food for Thought by Streets of Speed.