Restaurant Watch

Following are routine and complaint inspection reports for Henrico County food establishments inspected recently by the Henrico Health Department, according to Virginia Department of Health guidelines. Deficiencies are noted as “priority” or “priority foundation” (posing a direct or immediate threat to the safety of the food being served) or “core” (representing a failure of cleaning or maintenance). Inspections represent only a snapshot of the establishment on a specific date and time and may not be representative of its overall cleanliness, according to the VDH. Unless noted, all reported violations were corrected at the time of inspection or shortly thereafter.

JUNE 23
Knockout Cheese Steak, 1404 N. Parham Rd., Space F3 – Two priority violations reported (can of cheese sauce not warmed to 135 degrees; chicken and baked potatoes stored at improper temperature in the Pepsi refrigerator that had iced up), three priority foundation violations reported (the person in charge was not there at time of inspection, no date labels on baked potatoes, dried cheese seen on slicer), and no core violations reported.

JUNE 26
Extra Billy's Barbecue, 5205 W. Broad St. – No priority or priority foundation violations reported, three core violations reported during a follow-up inspection.

JUNE 27
Holiday Inn Express, 9933 Mayland Dr. – One priority violation reported (milk and cream cheese in the service line refrigerator kept at improper temperatures), one priority foundation violation reported (employee washed hands without soap), and no core violations reported.

Steak N' Shake, 4511 S. Laburnum Ave. – One priority foundation violation reported during a follow-up inspection (foods on cold table unit closest to drive-thru window observed at improper temperatures), and no priority or core violations reported.

Elko Deli, 3990 E. Williamsburg Rd. – No violations reported during a follow-up inspection.

Pho Tay Do, 6328 Rigsby Rd. – No priority or priority foundation violations reported and one core violation reported.

Hawk's BBQ & Seafood, 8191 Brook Rd., Suite B – One priority violation reported (foods in the top of prep unit and foods in reach-in refrigerator observed at improper temperatures), one priority foundation violation reported (pesticides not being applied by a certified applicator), and five core violations reported.

Sun Top's China, 5660 Brook Rd. – Two priority violations reported (employee failed to use soap when washing hands, observed garlic in oil, cut cabbage and bean sprouts out of temperature control for lunch service), three priority foundation violations reported (food employee washed hands at three compartment sink and not at hand sink, egg rolls were not date marked and person in charge could not provide a food thermometer at the time of inspection), and two core violations reported.

JUNE 28
Kabob House, 3411 Old Parham Rd. – No priority or priority foundation violations reported and two core violations reported.

Apollo's, 3324 Pump Rd. – No violations reported during a follow-up inspection.

JUNE 29
Arby's, 8900 Quioccasin Rd. – No violations reported.

The Academy at Burning Bush, 5237 Wilkinson Rd. – One priority violation reported (employee entered kitchen and failed to wash hands before engaging in food prep/resuming work), and no priority foundation or core violations reported.

Anna's Pizza Pasta and Subs, 601 N. Airport Dr. – One priority violation reported (grilled onions kept out at improper temperature), one priority foundation violation reported (pizza held on time control during lunch service, no procedures in place and not marked with the time it went out/discard time), and no core violations reported.

JUNE 30
Greek Cuisine, 11214 Patterson Ave. – No priority or priority foundation violations reported and one core violation reported.

Rudino's Pizza & Grinders, 2238 John Rolfe Pkwy. – Two priority violations reported (foods in prep fridge were next to steam and observed at improper temperatures, containers missing allowing cold air to escape, lettuce and tomatoes were double panned; sanitizer was below 200 ppm), two priority foundation violations reported (no paper towels at back hand sink, food residue on slicer blade and blade guard), and two core violations.
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