Our first low performer found themselves at the bottom of the list just two months ago. China Star at 1919 50th Street had six critical violations.
China Star says, "Everything has been corrected and at no time were our customers in harms way." The report shows all violations were corrected during the inspection.
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Next we head to Bash Riprock's at 2419 Main Street. Inspectors cited this college hot spot with six critical violations.
The owner says, "We've never been a low performer, nor have we had any complaints." He said, "The kitchen is rented out and I assumed the person running the kitchen knew the rules put in place by the health department, although ultimately the responsibility falls on us." The report states all but two of the violations were corrected during the inspection.
And our final low performer was actually shut down following their last health inspection because they did not have a permit to operate. Pepe's Tacos inside the National Flea Market at 1808 Clovis Road had seven critical violations.
Since the facility was shut down there was no one able to comment on the violations. The report does not show that any of the violations were corrected.