Sewage, fruit flies, unsafe meals temps: Restaurant inspections in San Bernardino County, Sept. 9-15 – San Bernardino County Solar


San Bernardino County well being inspectors didn’t report shutting down any meals services due to imminent well being hazards between Sept. 9 and 15, 2022.

Non-closure inspections of word

Listed here are chosen inspections at services that weren’t closed however had different important points.

The Wingstop at 9765 Sierra Ave. Suite A in Fontana was inspected Sept. 14 and obtained a grade of 81/B with one vital violation. The ground sink beneath the food-prep sink was overflowing when the water was working. The restaurant didn’t have to shut however the inspector stated to not use that sink till it was fastened. Among the many 9 different violations, there was black mildew within the chute of an ice machine, the lads’s restroom didn’t have cleaning soap, an worker didn’t understand how lengthy to sanitize dishes and a few cooked french fries had been left at room temperature for about two hours. The inspector went again later that afternoon and confirmed the ground sink had been fastened.

The 99 Ranch Market at 2959 Chino Ave. in Chino Hills was visited Sept. 13 in response to a complaint that there have been a number of flies within the produce division. The inspector noticed greater than 20 flies by the potatoes and greater than 10 close to a field of bananas, plus one within the seafood division. The inspector additionally stated to maneuver a bug zapper that had been put in immediately above an open show fridge. There was one different violation famous, for somebody not washing fingers or altering gloves after dealing with uncooked meat.

National Buffet, at 16920 Slover Ave. in Fontana, which obtained a 77/C on July 29 and self-closed as a result of the walk-in cooler and three different fridges weren’t working, underwent a compulsory rescore inspection Sept. 12. This time, it received an 84/B. There was one vital violation: 9 trays of meals on the buffet weren’t being stored sizzling sufficient, and different objects weren’t chilly sufficient on the buffet and in a fridge that was 66 levels inside. Among the many 10 different violations, the inspector noticed one lifeless cockroach in a flooring sink; the supervisor stated the restaurant doesn’t get skilled pest management service however staff spray weekly. One other follow-up was deliberate inside per week to ensure the cold and warm holding gear was working and there was no cockroach infestation. This was the restaurant’s seventh B or C grade out of 9 graded inspections prior to now 5 years, and it’s been shut down twice in that span, together with earlier this year due to cockroaches.

The Dave & Buster’s at 4821 Mills Circle in Ontario was inspected Sept. 8 and obtained a grade of 80/B. There have been two vital violations, each associated to meals not being at protected temperatures in a refrigerated drawer that wasn’t maintaining chilly. About 85 steaks, hen fillets and salmon fillets needed to be discarded, in addition to just a few kilos of grilled mozzarella and onions. Among the many seven different violations, mildew was starting to kind in three ice machines (however wasn’t touching ice), a handwashing sink didn’t have cleaning soap or a cleaning soap dispenser and there have been a number of fruit flies inside. A follow-up the following day discovered that the refrigerated drawer was working correctly. The restaurant requested a rescore inspection and received a 90/A on Sept. 13, however there was one vital violation — there have been nonetheless fruit flies within the restaurant, and so they’d gotten into two bottles of liquor.

Updates from previous weeks

The Arby’s at 670 S. E St. in San Bernardino, which was shut down for the second time in a month on Sept. 7 due to overflowing sewage, was permitted to reopen again Sept. 8.

About this record

This record is printed on-line on Fridays. Any updates as eating places are reopened will likely be included in subsequent week’s record.

All meals services within the county are routinely inspected to make sure they meet well being codes. A facility loses 4 factors for every vital violation and one to a few factors for minor violations. An A grade (90 to 100 factors) is taken into account “usually superior,” a B grade (80 to 89) is “usually acceptable” and a C grade (70 to 79) is “usually unacceptable” and requires a follow-up inspection. A facility will likely be quickly closed if it scores under 70 or has a vital violation that may’t be corrected instantly.

For extra info on inspections of those or any eating places in San Bernardino County, go to To file a well being criticism, go to or name 800-442-2283.


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