Tempe, Mesa eating places cited for unhygienic meals dealing with


Maricopa County inspectors cited six eating places for 4 or extra precedence violations within the week of Oct. 31. Violations included improper hand-washing, improper gear washing and unhygienic meals dealing with.

The eating places in Mesa, Tempe and Anthem will not be the one violators for the week, however they’re those that attracted the very best variety of precedence violations out of 669 eating places and meals services inspected.

A precedence violation is a serious violation that straight contributes to an elevated danger of foodborne sickness or harm. If listed within the reviews, cures applied in the course of the inspection are included.

On the backside, see a sampling of the various eating places graded as an A for no violation.

5 violations

Taco Boy’s, 1015 S. Rural Street, Tempe.

  1. Staff dealt with burritos with out washing fingers; touched hair with gloved fingers and used identical to the touch tortillas and cheese. | Corrected on the time of inspection. *Fifth repeat violation.
  2. Uncooked floor chorizo saved above pork and beef in walk-in cooler. Uncooked pork and rooster positioned above bitter cream in walk-in cooler. | Cooler rearranged on the time of inspection.
  3. Sanitizing pans and dishes with chlorine 5 instances under correct degree. | Tools re-sanitized at correct degree.
  4. Storing instruments with out sanitizing, storing solely after rinse. | Instruments re-sanitized.
  5. Beans and barbacoa from walk-in cooler reheated under correct temperature. | Reheating accomplished.

4 violations

Chili’s Grill & Bar, 1637 S. Stapley Drive, Mesa.

  1. Low chlorine degree and temperature in dish machine, washed containers discovered with particles. | Tools re-washed and re-sanitized.
  2. Storage temperature of pico de gallo too excessive. | Meals discarded.
  3. Container of rooster saved in malfunctioning scorching holding unit. | Meals discarded.
  4. Spray bottle of peroxide saved above open packages of gloves. | Objects moved aside to stop contamination.

Inexperienced Tea Chinese language and Japanese Delicacies, 1239 S. Higley Street, Mesa.

  1. Uncooked rooster saved above open containers of uncooked pork, uncooked beef and uncooked shrimp within the fridge. | Fridge rearranged.
  2. Uncooked rooster, beef, shrimp, and pork saved in prep cooler above correct chilly holding temperature. | Meals objects moved to fridge for quick cooling.
  3. Staff combined chlorine sanitizer at double the correct degree. | Sanitizer remixed.
  4. Improper back-flow pipe connection at mop sink. | Nozzle disconnected when not in use.

Tru Burger Firm, 39504 N. Daisy Mountain Drive, Anthem.

  1. Staff unloaded clear dishes with gloved fingers beforehand used to load unclean dishes. | Steering was supplied to staff on stopping contamination.
  2. Worker touched buyer’s chips with naked fingers. | Chips discarded.
  3. Queso heated under correct temperature. | Meals reheated.
  4. Meals in prep cooler above required temperature. | Prep cooler temperature lowered.

Freely Taproom & Kitchen, 1730 E. Warner Street, Tempe.

  1. Worker washed fingers for lower than 5 seconds, earlier than dealing with pizza dough with fingers. | Worker directed to clean fingers for at the least 20 seconds.
  2. Worker tossed toppings on pizza with naked fingers and pushed completed pizza into buyer’s plate with naked fingers. | Worker washed fingers and placed on gloves.
  3. Rack of soiled dishes positioned in entrance of hand-washing sink and ice machine. | Rack of soiled dishes eliminated.
  4. Mozzarella cheese balls, French toast batter, coleslaw, reduce tomatoes and roasted crimson peppers made or opened greater than seven days present in walk-in fridge. | All objects previous advisable date discarded to stop micro organism development and contamination.

Chutney’s Indian Delicacies, 1801 E. Baseline Street, Tempe.

  1. Worker touched clothes and hair with gloved fingers earlier than working with meals. | Worker directed to placed on clear gloves.
  2. Uncooked eggs saved above potatoes, gulab jamun and rice pudding in walk-in. | Eggs moved to correct storage.
  3. Cooked lamb and greens held above correct temperature. | Meals discarded.
  4. Bleach saved on shelf above field of sugar packets; bottle of lighter fluid saved on shelf above prep desk. | Chemical eliminated to correct storage.

Grade A eating places


El Capri , 2135 E. Van Buren Avenue

El Norteno, 1002 N. seventh Ave.

Yoshi’s Restaurant, 4050 N. Central Ave.


Barro’s Pizza, 20701 N. Scottsdale Street

Schlotzsky’s, 10070 N. ninetieth Avenue

Pinkberry, 7014 E. Camelback Street

Koibito Poke, 8877 N. Scottsdale Street

Ray’s Pizza, 15577 N. Hayden Street

Southeast Valley

Hambone, 903 E. Major Avenue, Mesa

Chef Ben Sushi & Asian Specific, 13824 W. McDowell Street, Goodyear

Thai Basil, 1111 S. Rural Street, Tempe

The Intelligent Koi, 60 W. Vaughn Ave., Gilbert

West Valley

Pho Avina, 4920 W. Thunderbird Street, Glendale

Ahogadas y Dorados George, 9550 W. Van Buren Avenue, Tolleson

The Secure, 10909 N. Perryville Street, Shock

Mi Cocina Mexican Meals, 10575 W. Indian College Street, Avondale

Supply: Maricopa County Environmental Companies.

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