The Burger House at 5107 29th Drive passed the test this week. A surprise visit from health inspectors was no problem. They were left with zero critical violations making them a five-time top performer.
If you're heading to an event at the Municipal Coliseum you can be assured that you're snacking at a top performer. Their concession stands were flawless.
And the only school inspected this week is at the top. Whiteside Elementary School at 7508 Albany took home a perfect score.
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A Mexican food restaurant and two Chinese restaurants are at the bottom, and while it may seem like a short order, the violations are plentiful.
Durango's Restaurant at 1602 Main had six critical violations.
Management did not want to go on camera, but told us, "We always strive to go by the guide lines of the health inspector and the health department." They say, "All violations have been corrected." The report shows all violations were corrected at the time of the inspection.
Great Wall Restaurant at 1625 University had seven critical violations.
Great Wall invited us into their kitchen to show us all violations have been corrected. They say their follow-up inspection was flawless and everything is perfect. The report shows two violations were corrected at the time of the inspection.
And finally China Star at 1919 50th street had 11 critical violations.
Management at China Star says, "All corrections have been made and at no time were the customers ever at risk." They added, "Our customers and food safety are our top priority." The report does not show any violations were corrected at the time of the inspection.