Fayette County Public Health recently released the following restaurant inspections:
Frisch’s of WCH, Inc. #19, 1830 Columbus Avenue. Follow-up inspection. Violations/comments: Food contact surfaces such as the drinking cups are all now clean to sight and touch. Thank you.
El Dorado Mexican Restaurant, 220 Washington Square. Standard inspection, critical control point. Comments/violations: Salsa was left uncovered and stored inside of the reach-in beverage cooler under drink bottles, food must be protected from contamination, the salsa was covered immediately. The pop nozzles were found with soil accumulation, all nozzles were removed and cleaned immediately, the ice machine was also found with soil residue. Scoopers were found stored inside dry food containers with the handles in the food content, utensil handles must be stored above the food content to prevent contamination. Several food items were found stored on the food preparation table near back door and under cardboard boxes, during food prep, food must be protected from contamination. Several chip bins were found cracked, food contact surfaces must be free of cracks, smooth and easily cleanable. The fans and their surrounding area inside of the walk-in cooler were found with an accumulation of dust/soil residue, non-food contact surfaces must be cleaned as often as necessary to prevent accumulation of soil residues. The fan guards inside of the walk-in cooler are missed, stained ceiling tiles were found throughout facility, the walls, ceiling and doors were found with an accumulation of soil residue walls within private dining section were found cracked. The facility and all equipment must be maintained in good repair and the facility must be cleaned as often as necessary to keep it clean. IV Knowledge and responsibility: Several critical violations are present, management failed to display good knowledge of critical control points.
Frisch’s of WCH, Inc. #19, 1830 Columbus Avenue. Follow-up inspection. Violations/comments: All food found is good condition, no dented cans observed, all food from one properly stored and protected from possible contaminants. All food containers and plates were found clean, however drinking cups still found with food residue, food contact surfaces must be cleaned to sight and touch. All food now stored at least six inches above the floor and in clean locations, as well as food equipment. The test strips for the chemical sanitizing solution is now available. The overall cleanliness of the facility has improved, the ceiling tile has been replaced or re-positioned and the dishwasher is now repaired.
Frisch’s of WCH, Inc. #19, 1830 Columbus Avenue. Follow-up inspection. Violations/comments: Maintenance performed the smoke test, repaired the broken pipe, added on extension to pipe so that it may vent to the outside more efficiently, they unclogged the mop sink and applied silicone around grease traps, a receipt from the plumbing company was provided to the Fayette County Public Health Department immediately after repairs were complete.