Restaurant Inspections for May 8

May 8, 2013 


Comments are taken directly from the latest Thurston County inspection reports, which are available at each food establishment and at the Thurston County Environmental Health Office. For questions concerning these reports, contact the health office at 360-867-2667.

Red violations are those most likely to cause food-borne illness and must be corrected immediately if feasible or according to a compliance schedule established by the health officer. Blue violations relate to the overall cleanliness and condition of operation and must be corrected according to a compliance schedule established by the health officer. Any establishment receiving more than 45 red demerit points or more than 65 total demerit points will be automatically reinspected in 10 days. If an establishment exceeds those limits twice in a calendar year, the permit will be suspended immediately.

Jimmy’s II Restaurant

5401 Corporate Loop SE, Lacey

April 19: Routine check

10 red; 0 blue

Comments: Red – Handwash sink faucet had bag to prevent use, and so water did not drip on food stored below on pallets. Blue – None noted.

Compliance rating: 97 percent.

Thai Pavilion

303 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia

April 19: Routine check

0 red; 13 blue

Comments: Red – None noted. Blue – Sanitizer solution was not the proper strength. Automatic closing device on restroom door needs to be repaired.

Compliance rating: 96 percent.

Happy Teriyaki

2915 Harrison Ave., Olympia

April 23: Routine check

15 red; 23 blue

Comments: Red – Employee returning from restroom failed to wash hands again once they reached the cookline. Several containers and buckets of sauces and food left uncovered. Blue – Many boxes of single-service trays stored directly on floor in hallway to restrooms. Chest freezer is in poor repair with lots of duct tape holding the inside liner lid together. Knives stored in holster were dirty with crusty food on blade. Cook line equipment was filthy with dried on grease and food debris.

Compliance rating: 91 percent.

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