Restaurant and grocery store health inspections for March 24
03/24/2014 10:18 AM
03/24/2014 11:23 PM
• The Carriage Club, 5301 State Line Road, had 9 critical violations during a March 12 routine inspection, including container of marinara sauce dated Feb. 24 and container of alfredo sauce dated Feb. 28 in the cooler (past the seven day limit so sauces were discarded).
“All violations were corrected on-site,” said Brad Trewhitt, executive chef.
It had 1 critical violation during a March 18 follow-up inspection.
• The Cashew, 2000 Grand Blvd., had 9 critical violations during a Feb. 25 routine inspection, including a container of house salad dressing that was not discarded after seven days.
“We are under new management, and cleanliness and sanitation are our top priority,” said Chad Baber, director of operations.
It had 2 critical violations during a March 7 follow-up inspection and no critical violations during a March 19 follow-up inspection.
• Blue Ridge Food Stop, 4704 Blue Ridge Blvd., had 8 critical violations during a March 11 routine inspection, including ham and cheese croissants held at improper temperatures.
It had 1 critical violation during a March 20 follow-up inspection.
The manager declined to comment.
• China Feast, 3119 E. 12th St., had 7 critical violations during a March 10 routine inspection, including cooked chicken, shrimp and beef held at improper temperatures in the make table .
“We strive to perfect our food handling procedures in such a way that will satisfy the food safety requirements,” said Sach Son, owner.
• Staley Farms Golf Club, 10310 N. Olive Ave., had 7 critical violations during a March 11 routine inspection, including breaded chicken dated Feb. 27, and mayonnaise sauce and cooked jasmine rice both dated Feb. 28 (beyond the seven day limit so items discarded).
It had no critical violations during a March 20 follow-up inspection.
“Everything has been addressed and corrected,” said Jeff Miller, general manager and director of golf.
• Wendy’s, 1601 W. 12th St., had 7 critical violations during a March 8 routine inspection, including many employees not changing gloves or washing their hands between tasks.
Bob Bertini, spokesman for Wendy’s, said six of the seven violations were corrected on the spot. The other, a leaky faucet, is being corrected.
It had 3 critical violations during a March 14 follow-up inspection and 1 critical violation during a March 20 follow-up inspection.
For complete reports, visit: http://www.inspectionsonline.us/foodsafety/mousakansascity/search.htm
The Kansas Department of Agriculture cited these operations for 7 or more priority health code violations.
• Quick Mart, 2406 S. 51st St., Kansas City, Kan., had 13 priority violations during a March 10 routine inspection, including no hand soap at the hand sink in the food preparation area.
“We already fixed all of them,” said Latif Chowdhury, manager.
• Supermarket El Torito (also under Carniceria El Torito), 1409 Central Ave., Kansas City, Kan., had 11 priority violations during a March 10 follow-up inspection, including raw beef stored above cooked beef in the walk-in cooler.
“We are working hard to get these straight. They aren’t major violations,” said Alejandro Sosa, supervisor.
• Lake Quivira Country Club, 100 Crescent Blvd., Lake Quivira, had 9 priority violations during a March 11 routine inspection, including cooked pasta, rice, ham and other foods held at improper temperature.
“We have made all the corrections,” said A. Kent Best, acting general manager.
• China Tom’s, 2816 W. 47th Ave., Kansas City, Kan., had 8 priority violations during a March 11 inspection following a complaint, including cooked breaded chicken cooling in reused cardboard boxes that raw chicken had been stored in (chicken discarded).
The co-owner said the violations have been corrected.
• 801 Chophouse, 11616 Ash St., Leawood, had 8 priority violations during a March 20 routine inspection, including a pan of raw beef stored above raw cut potatoes to be used for french fries.
“All the violations were corrected on-site,” said Jeremy Kalcic, executive chef.
• Mom’s Kitchen, 530 E. Santa Fe St., Olathe, had 8 priority violations during a March 11 routine inspection, including employee who dropped cheese on the floor then picked up the cheese, then picked up new cheese for the customer’s plate without changing gloves or washing hands in between the tasks.
“All the matters that they found were swiftly dealt with and corrected, and we are going to do a much better job to make sure our employees follow the guidelines according to the health code,” said Nasser Khaleghi, owner.
It had 1 priority violation during a March 21 follow-up inspection.
• China Inn, 13412 College Blvd., Lenexa, had 7 priority violations during a March 13 routine inspection, including raw beef and raw chicken wings stored in the same container in direct contact with each other.
“That food was not for the customers but for the employees. But we threw the chicken away,” said Chen Xie, manager.
• Sabor Y Sol, 542 Southwest Blvd., Kansas City, Kan., had 7 priority violations during a Feb. 20 routine inspection, including raw pork sausage stored on top of raw uncut jalapeno peppers and uncut avocados on make table.
It had 4 priority violations during a March 11 follow-up inspection.
“All the violations were already corrected and I am keeping an extra eye on that,” said Isaac Mata, manager.
For complete Kansas Department of Agriculture inspection reports, go tohttp://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/food-safety-lodging/inspection-results
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