Citizen Staff Reports 06/03/11
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 “critical” (posing a direct or immediate threat to the safety of the food being served) or “non-critical” (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.
Bellacino's Pizza and Grinders, 8026-D West Broad Street – One critical violation reported (dirty slicer observed) and four non-critical violations reported.
Crossroads Bar and Grill, 2000 Staples Mill Road – Two critical violations reported (various foods observed at improper temperatures; various foods in refrigerator found without date labels) and 13 non-critical violations reported.
Banzara, 4032-B Cox Road, Glen Allen – No critical violations reported and two non-critical violations reported.
China House, 4703 East Nine Mile Road – One critical violation reported (garlic in oil found at improper temperature) and five non-critical violations reported during follow-up inspection.
China King Buffet, 4935 Nine Mile Road – No violations reported.
City Lights of China, 12391 Gayton Road – Five critical violations reported (employees observed washing hands in less than 10 seconds; raw scallops found stored over ready-to-eat foods; dirty knives and tongs found stored with clean utensils; medicine observed stored above food containers in kitchen; gas cans found stored with single-use containers and fortune cookies in the shed) and seven non-critical violations reported.
KFC/Long John Silver's, 8810 Patterson Avenue – No critical violations reported and three non-critical violations reported.
Legends Bar and Grille, 5203 Williamsburg Road, Sandston – No violations reported.
Nordstrom Espresso Bar, 11812 West Broad Street – No violations reported
Viable Adult Day Care Center, 4501 Williamsburg Road, Suite P – One critical violation reported (whole shell eggs served to clients) and eight non-critical violations reported.
Balkan Restaurant, 8905 Patterson Avenue – One critical violation reported (pot of beef broth; containers of cabbage rolls; and container of goulash observed at improper temperatures) and five non-critical violations reported.
Papa John's Pizza, 8903 Patterson Avenue – No violations reported.
Rose Marie Inn, 8923 Patterson Avenue – One critical violation reported (foods in reach-in unit found without date labels) and six non-critical violations reported.
Shoney's, 7101 Staples Mill Road – Five critical violations reported (food slicer observed dirty; a number of foods found at improper temperatures in walk-in refrigerator; eggs and egg shells found at improper temperatures in refrigerator; TCS food found still hot in sealed bags in walk-in unit, and no apparent HACCP plan in place; dipper well nozzle observed falling below flood rim) and 12 non-critical violations reported.
Fat Sam's, 10400 Ridgefield Parkway – Three critical violations reported (employee observed putting on gloves and preparing food without washing hands; barbecue and macaroni and cheese observe at improper temperatures; potato salad and green beans observed at improper temperatures) and five non-critical violations reported.
Peking Restaurant, 8904-F West Broad Street – One critical violation reported (fish and chicken found together on bottom shelf of walk-in unit) and three non-critical violations reported.
Piccadilly Cafeteria, 8004 West Broad Street – One critical violation reported (spoon bread found in warmer at improper temperature) and 11 non-critical violations reported.
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CalendarWalkerton Tavern will host “A Cup of Cheer” Open House from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Warm up this winter season with some hot drinks and snacks that were available in taverns and homes from the 1700s and 1800s. Discover the fascinating history of these historical hot beverages as you speak with costumed interpreters. Musicians will also be playing tunes from the 1800s. Admission is free. For details, call 652-3409 or visit http://www.henrico.us/rec. Full text