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Restaurant closures in Riverside County, March 1-7 – Press Enterprise



Here, restaurants and other food facilities are closed by Riverside County health inspectors between January 1 and 7, 2019, according to the County Environmental Health Institute.

Angel Thai Cuisine, 6736 Brockton Ave., Riverside [19659003] End date: March 5

  • Grade: 76 / C, not
  • Cause of closure: Dense sink. The inspector visited to investigate a complaint that someone had got a nap in the food, and discovered that none of the two wash basins in the kitchen worked. One plumber was on site and one operator said staff were washing their hands in the toilet. The facility was closed until the sink was fixed. In another critical break, a dishwasher was not dispensed with sanitizer and was shot. The inspector saw three dead cockroaches, but no living ones; This was marked as a minor fracture, and the plant was told to clean the affected areas and call pest control. Because this was the restaurant's second failing class in less than two years, an administrative consultation was planned.
  • Opening date: Later that day
  • Kaza Maza Mediterranean Grill, 2395 Hamner Ave.

  • No character
  • Cause of closure: No hot water
  • Opening date: March 6 1
    9659007] Top China Cuisine, 24875 Alessandro Blvd. Suite 1, Moreno Valley

    • End date: March 1
    • Grade: 86 / B, not
    • Cause of closure: Cockroach infection. The inspector saw several live cockroaches on a sticky trap under the chef's line and a dead nap on the floor.
    • Opening date: March 6
    • New rating: 93 / A, passing

    Non-closed inspections of note

    Here are facilities that were not closed but had other important issues in their inspections.

    Castanedas Mex Food, at 6751 Indiana Ave. in Riverside, was inspected on March 6 and received a failing class of 80 / B, with three critical violations. Two employees were not washing their hands properly while cooking; which led to a related violation of contaminated food. And some cooked jalapenos and chili rellenos were not kept at a safe temperature. In a minor breach, the inspector found a Ryobi drill – not certified for food use – used to tear steak and told the plant to stop doing so.

    Guadalajara Grill Restaurant, 27780 Jefferson Ave. Suite 2 in Temecula was inspected on March 5 in connection with a food-borne disease investigation and received a failing class of 81 / B with three critical breaches. A cooler that kept meat and vegetables not kept enough food cold; it was shot and all food inside was thrown away. A container of beans in the walk-in refrigerator since the night before, had not been cooled to a safe temperature yet and was discarded. And the dishes were not properly sanitized. In a follow-up inspection on March 6, the restaurant managed to pass 95 / A.

    Arco am / pm, 27691 Ynez Road in Temecula, was inspected on March 1 and received a failing class of 82 / B, with A Critical Violation, for Food not kept at a safe temperature. A screen cooler and spice bar were shot so as not to stay cold enough; Many packs of food containing cheese, yogurt and other perishable ingredients were discarded. Because this was the store's second failed inspection in less than two years, an administrative consultation was planned.

    Updates from previous weeks

    La Michoacana Famous Ice Cream, at 10759 Magnolia Road in Riverside, which received a failing class of 82 / B after a routine inspection on February 21, was given a rating of 100 / A 1. March after addressing three critical violations.

    George's Drive Inn, at 9910 Magnolia Ave. In Riverside, which received a failing class at 81 / B after a routine inspection on February 21, a rating of 95 / A was given on March 1 after addressing three critical violations.


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