Food & Drink

Restaurant inspections for April 29

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.

Additional restaurant inspections, as well as restaurant inspections for the previous six months can be found in our online database at theolympian.com/thurston-health-inspections.

Reading inspection scores:

• Attention should be given to the type of violation (red versus blue) and whether the restaurant has a history of red violations or repeated violations.



• 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. Example: not keeping food at the right temperature.



• 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. Example: a worn floor that needs replacing.



BONSAI TERIYAKI AND WOK

408 Cleveland Ave. SE, Tumwater

April 10: Routine check (50 red; 5 blue)

Comments: Red — Two half-pans of partially-cooked chicken placed at depths greater than two inches for cooling in walk-in cooler. Two pans of partially-cooked chicken and pork were stored at room temperature. Blue — Wiping cloths used in kitchen had no sanitizer residual on them.

FIGARO’S PIZZA

19810 Old Highway 99 SW, Rochester

April 10: Routine check (0 red; 0 blue)

SUBWAY

1023 Capitol Way S,, Olympia

April 13: Routine check (25 red; 5 blue)

Comments: Red — Meatballs in steam table at temperatures from 122-131 degrees. Hot holding must have minimum temperature of 135 degrees. Blue — In-use sanitizer is dirty and not at adequate strength. It had not been changed after previous shift.

THURSTON COUNTY JAIL

2000 Lakeridge Drive SW, Olympia

April 10: Routine check (25 red; 5 blue)

Comments: Red — Food cooling in more than two-inch depths in pans. Blue — Many pans of food already cooled to 41 degrees or less left uncovered after a couple of days of cooling. Tray of bread in dry storage was uncovered and not protected.

QUIZNOS

19810 Old Highway 99 SW, Rochester

April 3: Routine check (25 red; 0 blue)

Comments: Red — Cheese sauce in hot table is 96-100 degrees. Hot holding must maintain minimum temperature of 135 degrees.

JACK IN THE BOX

110 Trosper Road, Tumwater

April 2: Routine check (5 red; 0 blue)

Comments: Red — Two scheduled workers have no current foodhandler card.

FALLS TERRACE

106 Deschutes Way S., Tumwater

April 2: Routine check (5 red; 0 blue)

Comments: Red — Large prep cooler with foods was 45 degrees on top. Cold holding/storage must be 41 degrees or colder.

PEPPERS MEXICAN RESTAURANT

114 Cherry St., Olympia

April 8: Routine check (0 red; 0 blue)

DOUBLE JOY TERIYAKI

700 Sleater-Kinney Road SE, Lacey

April 7: Routine check (5 red; 5 blue)

Comments: Red — Eggs being stored in reach-in over vegetables. Eggs need to be stored below vegetables. Blue — Tables around grill made of wood and are not easily cleanable.

BANGKOK THAI

700 Sleater-Kinney Road SE, Lacey

April 7: Routine check (0 red; 0 blue)

TEA LEAF II

4646 Pacific Ave. SE, Lacey

April 7: Routine check (0 red; 0 blue)

URBAN ONION

116 Legion Way, Olympia

April 3: Routine check (25 red; 5 blue)

Comments: Red — Cook used bare hands to assemble small hamburgers. Server used bare hands to re-assemble small hamburgers. Blue — Dishwasher machine was not providing any sanitizer in rinse cycle.

MINI SAIGON RESTAURANT

111 Columbia St., Olympia

April 1: Routine check (0 red; 5 blue)

Comments: Blue — Sanitizer not prepared. Sanitizer must be prepared and in use at all times.

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