Six schools and four restaurants are on this week's Food for Thought list.
The countdown to summer break is underway. But that doesn't mean health inspectors are giving school cafeterias a break. Four of them have reports to be proud of, the other two - need to step up before the end of the semester!
|Food for Thought 5.4|
Alderson Academy at 219 Walnut Avenue got a big zero this week, but that means zero critical violations - making them a top performer.
Next we head to Bozeman Elementary at 3101 East 2nd Street where perfection continues. They're also a top performer.
Coronado High School at 3307 Vicksburg Avenue also gets good news this week; They're topping the Food for Thought list as well.
And finally Stubbs Headstart at 3516 Toledo Avenue ends the semester with a perfect score.
Now to the schools that need improvement.
Wester Elementary at 4602 Chicago had one critical violation.
And when it comes to inspecting your kids school, it's not only what's in the kitchen. Inspectors also say toilet paper was stacked on the dispenser instead of properly place in the dispenser.
Both violations were corrected on site.
Now to Honey Elementary at 3615 86th street. They were sited for two critical violations.
Inspectors also cited the school for a dusty vent hood. Both critical violations were corrected on site.
Now on to our low performing restaurants.
We start at Chinese Kitchen at 3715 19th Street with four critical violations.
Other violations include a soiled area under a sink and a rotten and disintegrating shelf under another sink. Management at Chinese kitchen says, "All violations have been corrected." The report states that most of the violations were corrected on site.
Next we move to Long John Silver's at 2344 19th Street. They also had four critical violations.
Inspectors say light shields were missing above the food prep area. Management at Long John Silver's says, "Everything was corrected immediately when it was brought to our attention." The reports shows that all violations were corrected on site.
Subway at 2515 82nd is next with five critical violations.
Subway says, "Due to this incident that manager is no longer at this location." They had no further comment. According to the report all violations were corrected on site.
O'hanas Japanese Steak House at 5217 82nd Street had six critical violations.
Other violations include: raw seafood stored above and beside ready to eat food items, shrimp being thawed in water, raw chicken stored above raw beef, vent hood soiled, and a reach in cooler was soiled. O'hanas management says, "The inspector came in before we even opened. Of course we always strive to make sure our customers our top priority. These were very minor violations that were corrected on the site." The report shows that as well.