The Kansas Department of Agriculture cited these operations for health code violations. The food service operations were temporarily shut down until they could take care of the violations and have since reopened.
▪ Olathe BP, 145 S. Parker St., Olathe, had five priority violations during a Nov. 30 routine inspection. The food operation was temporarily shut down because it didn’t have a working hand sink.
It had no priority violations during a Dec. 1 reopening inspection.
A manager declined to comment.
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▪ Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, 11200 W. 87th St., Lenexa, had eight priority violations during a Dec. 7 routine inspection. The Perkins restaurant “did not cease operations and notify the KDA of the imminent health hazard of rodent infestation.”
It had no critical violations during a Dec. 8 reopening inspection and was allowed to reopen.
In a statement, company officials said: “After evidence of mice was found in our Lenexa, KS restaurant, we took swift and immediate action and the situation was quickly resolved. We apologize for any inconvenience the temporary and short closure of our store may have caused our guests.”
For complete Kansas health inspections, visit http://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/food-safety-lodging/inspection-results