Restaurant Report Card: Kazu Sushi Burrito


>>>NO CLOSURES IN THIS MORNING’S RESTAURANT REPORT, BUT DOZENS OF HIGH PRIORITY VIOLATIONS KEEPING HEALTH INSPECTORS BUSY.>>CRYSTAL CHEN IS JOINING THUS WEEK WITH OUR RESTAURANT REPORT. SOME RESTAURANTS HAD BIG PEST ISSUES.>>UNFORTUNATELY, YES. THE DOWNTOWN, THEY WERE CITED FOR FOUR HIGH PRIORITY VIOLATIONS DURING THAT INSPECTION, INSECTS, RODENTS AND OTHER PETS WERE CRAWLING AROUND AND IN SOME UNUSED PORTION OF THE KITCHEN THEY HAD SPIDERS AND SPIDER WEBS. THE REPORT NOTED PARASITE DESTRUCTION AND FOODS LIKE CHICK AND SHRINK WERE STORED AT THE WRONG TEMPERATURE. THE INSPECTOR CAME BACK THREE DAYS LATER AND FOUND THREE BASIC VIOLATIONS THAT NOW REQUIRE A FOLLOW-UP INSPECTION HEADING DOWN CLAY COUNTY ON LANDING BOULEVARD IN ORANGE PARK, THEY GOT HIT WITH SEVEN HIGH PRIORITY VIOLATIONS INSPECTORS FOUND FLYING AROUND AND THIS ISN’T THE FIRST TIME THEY’VE BEEN CITED FOR THIS. REPEAT VIOLATIONS INCLUDE EMPLOYEES TOUCHING CHEESE AND OTHER FOOD WITH THEIR BARE HANDS. EMPLOYEE WAS SITE I CITED FOR CRACKING RAW EGGS AND TOUCHING READY-TO-EAT FOODS. MOST VIOLATIONS WERE CORRECTED ON SITE. THE RESTAURANT IS SCHEDULE FORD A FOLLOW-UP INSPECTION.>>ALSO IN ORANGE PARK, I WENT TO OH CHARLEY’S ON COUNTY ROAD 220 RICE, RAW SHRIMP WERE STORE IN THE WRONG TEMPERATURE AND HAD TO BE THROWN OUT.>>>COMING UP TONIGHT AT 10, FLIES AND RAW SEWAGE FOUND HE A POPULAR NEW RESTAURANT.

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