Restaurant Inspections | Lack of sanitation lowers scores

Restaurant Inspections | Lack of sanitation lowers scores

Restaurant Inspections | Lack of sanitation lowers scores

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by NewsChannel 36 Staff

WCNC.com

Posted on September 1, 2011 at 3:36 PM

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – These are the best and worst restaurant health inspection scores for August 17-23 filed by the Mecklenburg County Health Department.  The scores are in percentages. 

BOTTOM SCORES
Cottage Restaurant & Buffet
Grade: 88
1704-4 Harris Houston Road
Infractions include: Rice warmer had some old and sour particles in it.
Date of Inspection: August 19

Cedarland Restaurant
Grade: 90
4832 Central Avenue
Infractions include: Food service worker was cutting chicken with gloved hands and then went on to perform other tasks (cleaning food contact services) without changing gloves.
Date of inspection: August 18

Pho Hoa Restaurant
Grade: 90
3000 Central Avenue
Infractions include: No sanitizer being dispensed from dish machine.
Date of Inspection: August 18

TOP SCORES
Bi-Lo Seafood
Grade: 101.5
9101 Pineville-Matthews Rd.
Date of Inspection: August 23

Five Guys Famous Burgers and Fries
Grade: 101.5
9826 Gilead Rd.
Date of Inspection: August 17

Dorchester
Grade: 100.5
12930 Dorman Road
Date of Inspection: August 18

Reinspections
Midnight Diner
Grade: 96
115 East Carson Boulevard
Date of Inspection: August 18
 

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