Cass County restaurant inspections

November 14, 2013 

Restaurant inspections for late September and October. If you would like more information about these or other establishments in Cass County contact the Cass County Health Department at 816-380-8425 or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CassHealthDepartment.

Sunrise Chinese, 2015 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Oct. 10. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance.

Critical violations: 3. Knives stored between tables.

Corrective action: Knives were cleaned, placed in a clean pan. Do not store knives between tables. Kitchen bucket bleach sanitizer greater than 200 ppm.

Corrective action: Owner prepared new bleach sanitizer between 100- 200 ppm. Use bleach sanitizer test strips when making bleach sanitizer solution. Box of pest bait under can rack.

Corrective action: Owner discarded bait in the dumpster. Glue traps are acceptable for use in food establishments. Place traps along walls, near doors, under and behind equipment.

Non-critical violations: 4.

Taco Bell No. 20508, 7901 E. 171st, Belton. Oct. 11. Follow up Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Establishment has valid food handler cards for employees. Critical violation corrected. No further reinspections are required.

Tara’s Café and Malt Shop, 401 Main St., Belton. Oct. 9. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 1 Dishmachine does not sanitize at time of inspection (0 ppm chlorine).

Corrective action: Repair dishmachine and use three-compartment sink until dishmachine is repaired. Non-critical violations: 2.

Follow up Inspection. Oct. 11. In Essential Compliance. Dishmachine sanitizes above 50 ppm - Critical Violation Corrected.

No further reinspections are required.

Thai Pavilion, 2010 N. 291 Hwy, Harrisonville. Oct. 1. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance.

Critical violations: 3. Left in refrigerator: marinated beef at 50 degrees, milk 50 degrees.

Corrective action: Temperature-dependant foods must not be allowed to exceed 41 degrees more than four hours. Uncovered drink in kitchen on food prep table.

Corrective action: All employee drinks must have a lid/straw and be stored away from food prep areas. Owner poured drink into a styrofoam cup with lid. Ice bath container: Ice only in contact with bottoms of food containers.

Corrective Action: Ice/water added to ensure contact with sides of containers.

Non-critical violations: 3.

The Pit Grill & Bar, 1242 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Sept. 26. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance.

Critical violations: 4. Plate rack: dried salad debris in soup bowls. Ice Machine: debris build-up inside bin and around ice chute. Corrective action: Employee removed bowls to dish machine. Recommend facing bowls down to prevent debris from collecting in bowls.

Employee began cleaning inside of ice machine. Walk-in cooler: Multiple containers of cheese sauce placed in refrigerator hot, average temperature 130 degrees prior to inspection. Average temperature 95 degrees in ice bath after 20 minutes.

Corrective action: Instructed employees how to rapidly cool using ice bath technique. Employee personal drink on ice machine did not have a lid. Corrective action: Employee removed drink during inspection voluntarily. Prep table: Pico de Gallo 43.5 degrees, diced tomatoes 44 degrees, pickles 46 degrees.

Corrective action: Items prepared or stocked prior to inspection placed in ice bath. Non-critical violations: 4.

Follow up Inspection. Sept. 30. In Essential Compliance. Critical items corrected.

Timber Creek Elementary School, 300 S. Calico Dr., Raymore. Sept. 25. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 0. Non-critical violations: 1.

Waffle House, 17201 S. Hwy 71, Belton. Sept. 30. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Glass door refrigerator by drink station is holding food at 50 degrees.

Corrective action: PHF discarded. Repair refrigerator to hold food at 41 degrees or below at all times. Bleach bottle left stored next to onion and box of eggs on drain guard near three-compartment sink.

Corrective action: Corrected by moving bleach to chemical table.

No valid food handler cards provided on site for employees.

Corrective action: Provide food handler cards or copies of cards onsite for all employees.

Non-critical violations: 6.

Follow up Inspection. Oct. 7. Not In Essential Compliance. Far right, glass door refrigerator is 49 degrees at time of inspection. Critical violation not corrected.

Manager reported that unit was repaired but was found out of temperature today and PHF was discarded. No PHF stored in unit at time of inspection.

Establishment may not use this refrigerator until approved by the health department.

Establishment must repair unit to run 41 degrees or below at all times or replace/remove refrigerator. A reinspection will be made on Oct. 15 for refrigerator.

Follow up Inspection. Oct. 10. In Essential Compliance. Right, glass door refrigerator is 37 degrees at time of reinspection.

Critical violation corrected.

Another reinspection is going to be made later to check on food handler cards for all employees.

Walgreens, 1214 W. Foxwod Dr., Raymore. Oct 15. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 0. Non-critical violations: 2.

Wal-Mart Supercenter No. 319 - Deli Department, 2015 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Oct. 16. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 0. Non-critical violations: 2.

Wal-Mart Supercenter No. 319 - Meat Department, 2015 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Oct. 22. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 0. Non-critical violations: 5.

Welborn’s Thriftway, 202 Main St., Drexel. Oct. 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 0. Non-critical violations: 3.

Xpress Super Store, 844 N. Scott Ave., Belton. Oct. 1. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 0. Non-critical violations: 2.

Yeokum Middle School, 613 Mill St., Belton. Oct. 21. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical violations: 0. Non-critical violations: 2.

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