Restaurant inspections in San Bernardino County, Aug. 20-Sept. 3 – San Bernardino Solar
No eating places or different meals services in San Bernardino County had been shut down due to imminent well being hazards between Aug. 28 and Sept. 3, 2020, however there was one partial closure from the earlier week that was not reported as a result of information weren’t obtainable.
Meat division at Save More Liquor, 324 W. Baseline, San Bernardino
- Closure date: Wednesday, Aug. 26
- Grade: 81/B
- Motive for closure: Operating outside scope of permit. The market was working a meat division that it didn’t have a allow for. The meat case was not protecting chilly sufficient; the inspector famous a “robust rancid odor” and located about ten rotten uncooked pigs feat on the market. Every thing within the case was discarded for being at unsafe temperatures. There have been additionally a few useless gnats within the case and houseflies within the retailer, and a few improperly labeled house-made salsa and bitter cream on the market. Moreover, there was no COVID-19 prevention plan posted and the market was letting folks are available with out masks.
Non-closure inspections of notice
Listed below are chosen inspections at services that weren’t closed however had different vital points, together with some from the earlier week when information had been unavailable.
Pizza De Cal, at 1184 W. 2nd St. Suite 115 in San Bernardino, was inspected Wednesday, Sept. 2, and obtained a grade of 82/B with two crucial violations. The walk-in cooler and a smaller cooler weren’t protecting chilly sufficient; about 20 kilos of meals needed to be discarded. Additionally, an worker didn’t wash palms correctly.
Thanh Tam Billiards II, at 1033 N. Waterman Ave. Suite H-I in San Bernardino, was inspected Wednesday, Sept. 2, and obtained a grade of 86/B with one crucial violation. Two stay cockroaches had been within the worker storage room, throughout the pool corridor from the kitchen. The particular person in cost stated it had been 4 months since they’d gotten pest management. Among the many lesser violations, an worker was smoking inside, there was a mattress within the storage room and a cot within the eating space, and the power was “in want of deep cleansing all through,” the inspector wrote. This was the power’s second consecutive B grade.
Thai Bowl Cafe, at 25069 Redlands Blvd. Suite A in Loma Linda, was inspected Friday, Aug. 28, and obtained a grade of 80/B with two crucial violations. The ice machine deflector had mildew buildup and 4 cans of beer had been being saved within the ice. Additionally, the dishwasher wasn’t shelling out sanitizer. Among the many lesser violations, some meals was at unsafe temperatures in a cold-holding desk that was lacking a lid, and there have been some rodent droppings in a storage space. The inspector discovered no stay vermin or proof of them the place meals was being ready.
Ozeki Sushi Restaurant, at 4751 Riverside Drive in Chino, was inspected Wednesday, Aug. 26, and obtained a grade of 72/C with two crucial violations. Meals was at unsafe temperatures inside a walk-in cooler that was 59 levels inside, a prep fridge and the sushi show instances, whose doorways had been eliminated for cleansing. Additionally, staff weren’t washing and sanitizing dishes correctly. 4 of the restaurant’s eight graded inspections since 2015 have resulted in B or C grades, information present.
The Del Taco at 401 N. 1st St. in Barstow was inspected Wednesday, Aug. 26, and obtained a grade of 84/B with two crucial violations. There was no scorching water when the inspector arrived and the restaurant needed to cease service, however the water heater was repaired and the restaurant reopened earlier than the inspection ended. Additionally, dishes weren’t being sanitized correctly. Among the many different violations, a roach was crawling on a wall and there have been some flies inside.
La Vaca y el Buey, at 2872 W. Rialto Ave. in San Bernardino, was inspected Tuesday, Aug. 25, and obtained a grade of 83/B with two crucial violations. A number of gadgets of meals weren’t being saved chilly sufficient, and dishes weren’t being sanitized correctly. Among the many different violations, meals wasn’t being protected against contamination, and cabinets, food-prep tables and tools had been soiled. Moreover, there was no COVID-19 prevention plan on web site and staff weren’t present process well being checks or temperature screenings.
Ayon Tacos Mexico, at 205 W. Baseline in San Bernardino, was inspected Thursday, Aug. 20, and obtained a grade of 83/B with one crucial violation. There was no scorching water on the solely handwashing sink within the kitchen; staff stated it had been turned off due to a plumbing drawback. Among the many 11 lesser violations, the identical sink didn’t have paper towels, the worker restroom didn’t have cleaning soap or paper towels and the flooring wanted cleansing. There additionally wasn’t a COVID-19 prevention plan.
Lucy’s Bakery & Deli, at 25227 Redlands Blvd. in Loma Linda, was visited Thursday, Aug. 20, the day after an inspection that resulted in a grade of 79/C. The C grade card that had been posted within the window had been moved to a spot that was not seen to the general public, the inspector stated.
Updates from previous weeks
Lee’s Donuts, at 12091 Air Expressway in Adelanto, which was closed Aug. 27 due to a cockroach infestation, has not been listed as reopened. An inspector returned Aug. 28 and located stay roaches nonetheless within the kitchen and storage areas, then once more Aug. 31 and located two stay roaches, plus quite a few useless roaches all through the power, together with in some meals in a reach-in cooler.
About this checklist
This checklist is printed on-line on Fridays. Any updates as eating places are reopened can be included in subsequent week’s checklist.
All meals services within the county are routinely inspected to make sure they meet well being codes. A facility loses 4 factors for every crucial violation and one to a few factors for minor violations. An A grade (90 to 100 factors) is taken into account “typically superior,” a B grade (80 to 89) is “typically acceptable” and a C grade (70 to 79) is “typically unacceptable” and requires a follow-up inspection. A facility can be quickly closed if it scores beneath 70 or has a crucial violation that may’t be corrected instantly.
For extra data on inspections of those or any eating places in San Bernardino County, go to www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/FacilityList/food. To file a well being grievance, go to www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/StaticComplaint or name 800-442-2283.