Restaurant inspections


Restaurant inspections performed by the Piqua Health Department

Feb. 19

• Super Station Inc., 8855 N. County Road 25-A, Piqua — Boxes of food on floor in walk-in freezer. Keep food items at least 6 inches off floor at all times.

Date all ready-to-eat TCS foods with date made or opened, i.e. cut lettuce, cut tomatoes, etc. Discard after seven days.

Food employees put on clean gloves without washing hands first. Must wash hands before putting on clean gloves.

Utensils and equipment not being washed correctly.

Hand sanitizer was being used in the sanitizing step. Must wash with soapy water mixed with bleach or Quaternary ammonia.

The following items need to be cleaned: ice cream scoop, small reach-in refrigerator, pizza prep unit, walk-in freezer.

Boxes of single service items, i.e. cups to-go containers 0n floor. Keep these items 6 inches off floor to prevent contamination.

Accumulation of old cardboard in store room. Discard.

Remove any an used or non-working equipment to aid cleaning.

The prep sink drain is leaking. Repair.

• Heritage Catering, 1714 Commerce Drive, Piqua — The plumbing for dishwasher is leaking. Repair.

Feb. 22

• Red Lobster No. 706, 991 E. Ash St., Piqua — Observed damaged food containers. These items must be smooth and durable. Replace.

The microwave interior needs to be cleaned.

Feb. 23

• China East, 1239 E. Ash St., Piqua — Raw frog legs stored above cooked egg rolls in 2-door refrigerator. Keep raw meats below ready cooked items to prevent possible contamination.

Wiping clothes on counter. Keep these items in sanitizer between uses to prevent bacterial growth.

One well of small steam table not working. Repair. No TCS foods kept in well.

• Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, 980 E. Ash St., Piqua — Reach-in cooler holding above 41 degrees: batter — 52 degrees. Keep all TCS foods below 41 degrees at all times to prevent bacterial growth. Items discarded. Repair cooler.

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