Listed below are the eating places and different meals services that San Bernardino County well being inspectors quickly shut down due to imminent well being hazards between April 8 and 14, 2022. If no reopening date is talked about, the company had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publication.
Boonsee Thai Kitchen, 11368 Kenyon Approach Suite G, Rancho Cucamonga
- Closed: April 12
- Grade: Not graded
- Purpose: Cockroach infestation, sewage overflow. An inspector visited in response to a grievance about cockroaches. The restaurant operator was conscious the constructing was infested, and stated pest management was visiting weekly and had discovered a nest exterior. The inspector noticed greater than 100 roaches in a flooring drain in entrance of the wok range, plus one or two reside roaches every close to the soda machine, dishwashing sink, storage racks and deep freezer, in addition to lifeless roaches within the restrooms, in a storage space and on the ground all through the ability. Moreover, two flooring sinks have been clogged and wastewater was overflowing.
Non-closure inspections of be aware
Listed below are chosen inspections at services that weren’t closed however had different vital points.
Mr. You Express, at 12223 Highland Ave. Suite 112 in Rancho Cucamonga, was inspected April 13 and obtained a grade of 70/C with 4 crucial violations. An worker dropped two onions on the ground, brushed the dust off and put them on the reducing board to cut. That worker and one other didn’t wash palms. Uncooked meat and cream cheese have been at unsafe temperatures. And cooked rooster had been left at room temperature to chill. Among the many 10 different violations, there was a yellow substance within the ice machine (not contaminating ice), meals was being saved uncovered, different meals containers have been saved on the ground and the restaurant wanted cleansing. The restaurant had obtained 4 B grades between 2017 and 2021.
China Republic, at 12806 Foothill Blvd. in Rancho Cucamonga, was inspected April 13 and obtained a grade of 81/B with two crucial violations. There was heavy mould accumulation within the ice machine with black flecks within the ice. Additionally, a scorching holding unit wasn’t retaining meals heat sufficient and a few noodles have been left at room temperature. Among the many eight different violations, a tray of meals was stacked on high of a trash can, and gear and the flooring wanted cleansing. This was the restaurant’s fifth B or C grade since 2018 and it was closed quickly a yr in the past for having a rodent infestation.
Vdesi, at 2545 Chino Hills Parkway Suite A in Chino Hills, was inspected April 13 in response to complaints that 4 folks bought sick after consuming there. The complaints alleged that a few workers appeared sick, workers didn’t wash palms and somebody noticed a cockroach. The individual in cost stated one worker who’d been coughing the week earlier than was instantly despatched residence. The restaurant obtained a grade of 88/B with one crucial violation, for uncooked shrimp, yellow sauce and reduce tomatoes being at unsafe temperatures. Among the many 4 different violations, the individual in cost didn’t know chilly holding temperatures, secure cooling procedures or dishwashing steps, and no worker meals handler playing cards have been accessible.
The meat/seafood division and bakery on the 99 Ranch Market at 2959 Chino Ave. in Chino Hills have been inspected April 12. The bakery received a 90/A and the meat/seafood department got an 80/B. There was one crucial violation on the bakery for meals being at unsafe temperatures, together with objects in a fridge that wasn’t retaining chilly. There have been two crucial violations within the meat/seafood division. An worker didn’t wash palms after dealing with uncooked meat, and fried tilapia had been left at room temperature for about two hours. Among the many different violations, 19 geese and a pig that have been being butchered had been hung to dry on racks within the meat kitchen, and the supervisor stated they’d be left there for 4 hours earlier than being moved to a fridge.
O-Dai-Ba Japanese Grill, at 7325 Day Creek Blvd. Suite 105 in Rancho Cucamonga, which obtained a 72/C on March 21, underwent a compulsory follow-up inspection April 12. This time it got an 84/B. There was one crucial violation, for a sushi chef rinsing however not washing palms. Among the many eight different violations, some tuna, crab and eel have been at unsafe temperatures. This was the restaurant’s fourth B or C grade since 2018.
The Ben & Jerry’s at 652 Village Drive in Huge Bear Lake was inspected April 12 and obtained a grade of 88/B. Among the many eight violations, the inspector discovered rodent droppings in a cupboard, behind a fridge and in a storage space, together with on bins of sealed single-use utensils. A follow-up was deliberate inside every week to verify there was no lively infestation.
Del Rosa Shell Station, at 2886 N. Del Rosa Ave. in San Bernardino, was inspected April 12 in response to a complaint about rodents. It obtained a grade of 88/B with eight violations. The inspector noticed quite a few rodent droppings within the storage space. The supervisor stated an exterminator had visited a number of months in the past and trapped rodents. The inspector didn’t see any reside or lifeless rodents or contaminated meals, however stated the droppings wanted to be cleaned up instantly. A follow-up was deliberate in two weeks.
Anya’s Pizza, at 7270 Victoria Park Lane Unit 2 E in Rancho Cucamonga, was inspected April 11 and obtained a grade of 80/B with 11 violations, two of them crucial. Meals was at unsafe temperatures in a cooler, which was getting used despite the fact that the cook dinner knew it wanted restore. Additionally, workers have been utilizing latex gloves, that are not permitted in California eating places.
Spires Restaurant, at 104 N. Winery in Ontario, was inspected April 11 and obtained a grade of 86/B with one crucial violation. Some beef and ham in a cooler had inexperienced mould progress. Among the many seven different violations, a number of objects in different fridges have been at unsafe temperatures, there was mould within the ice machine (not contaminating ice) and gear and the ground wanted cleansing. This was the restaurant’s fourth B grade since 2019.
Iowa Shell, at 2718 Iowa in Colton, was inspected April 11 and obtained a grade of 86/B with one crucial violation, for food-contact surfaces not being clear. The ability didn’t have any sanitizer (however didn’t have to shut as a result of somebody instantly went out and bought some) and there was “extreme slime and mould residue” on the soda nozzles. Among the many six different violations, scorching canines weren’t being saved scorching sufficient. This was the comfort retailer’s second B grade since 2020.
Logan’s Roadhouse, at 13480 Base Line in Fontana, was inspected April 8 and obtained a grade of 76/C with 13 violations, three of which have been crucial. Condensation was dripping over “a heavy accumulation of slime” across the ice machine chute into the ice. Cooked corn and onions weren’t at secure temperatures. Additionally, six sinks didn’t have scorching water and 4 of them didn’t have chilly water both.
Flinderstreet Cafe, at 5483 Philadelphia St. Suite C in Chino, was inspected April 7 and obtained a grade of 75/C with three crucial violations. Eggs and diced tomatoes have been at unsafe temperatures. An worker didn’t wash palms. And there have been two points associated to unclean food-contact surfaces: There was mould within the ice machine, and an worker was washing dishes incorrectly. Among the many 9 different violations, workers didn’t know the cooking temperature for rooster, a number of non-commercial-grade home equipment have been in use and the inspector noticed “extreme meals particles and trash beneath the prep desk, gear, and storage racks all through the ability.” This was the restaurant’s second B or C grade since 2020.
El Pollo Dorado, at 277 E. Base Line in Rialto, was inspected April 7 and obtained a grade of 81/B with two crucial violations. About 20 complete uncooked chickens being marinated within the walk-in fridge have been at unsafe temperatures and needed to be discarded. Additionally, an worker was utilizing latex gloves. Among the many six different violations, there have been two lifeless cockroaches within the males’s restroom. This was the restaurant’s third consecutive B grade since 2019.
Updates from previous weeks
The Mountain Cafe, at 42164 Moonridge Street in Huge Bear Lake, which was closed April 6 for having a rodent infestation, was permitted to reopen April 7 after pest management visited, holes have been sealed and the ability was cleaned.
The El Torito at 118 E. Hospitality Lane in San Bernardino, which was closed April 5 for having a cockroach infestation, was permitted to reopen April 7. The inspector noticed two reside and one lifeless roaches, however the operator stated pest management would proceed treating the ability each day. One other follow-up inspection was deliberate.
About this checklist
This checklist is revealed on-line on Fridays. Any updates as eating places are reopened might 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 3 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 might be quickly closed if it scores under 70 or has a crucial violation that may’t be corrected instantly.
For extra info 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.