Cock ‘n’ Bull

2413 Stagg Hill Road

Complaint inspection April 17

Critical violations: 1

• On a shelf in the food prep area there were spray cans of lithium grease, bathroom cleaner, insect killer and air freshener being stored directly above glass jars of mustard, clean knives and metal tongs. There was a working spray bottle of disinfecting all purpose spray and glass cleaner being stored directly on top of the reach-in cooler.

Non-critical violations: 5

Results: No follow-up

Radina’s Coffee House and Roastery

618 N. Manhattan Ave.

Routine inspection April 18

Critical violations: 7

• In a hot well there was chicken and wild rice soup at 135 degrees.

• In the make table there was brie cheese at 47 degrees. The cheese was above the fill line of the container.

• In the make table there was a plastic container of Allouette cheese made on site and the make date was March 27.

• In the make table there was a plastic container of sliced deli turkey without a date. In the reach-in cooler there was an open roll of capicola and salami without dates.

• The mechanical dish machine was in use and it utilizes chlorine for sanitization. The concentration measured at 0 ppm. The line from sanitizer jug to the machine was disconnected. Below the espresso machine there was a sanitizer rag on the counter. The rag was being used to clean and sanitize the espresso wands.

• The atmospheric vacuum breaker connected to the mechanical dish machine was leaking during the final rinse cycle.

• There were three working spray cans of stainless steel polish being stored on top of the mechanical dish machine and there were clean dishes inside of the unit.

Non-critical violations: 2

Results: Follow-up required

Leo’s Hillside Café

2307 Stagg Hill Road

Routine inspection April 18

Critical violations: 4

• In the glass double door reach-in cooler there was a plastic food grade bucket of beef that

had a make date of Nov. 12.

• In the glass double door reach-in cooler there was a plastic food grade bucket of raw ground beef being stored directly above a bag of raw, ready-to-eat jalapeno peppers.

• In the glass double door reach-in cooler there was a plastic food grade bucket of raw ground beef being stored directly above packages of ready to eat tortilla shells.

• There was a plastic food grade bucket of salsa at 46 degrees. The bucket of salsa was sitting on top of another bucket of salsa and not down in the unit. In a metal pan next to the stove there was a plastic food grade bucket of cooked chicken at 44 degrees and a plastic food grade bucket of cooked shredded beef at 64 degrees.

Non-critical violations: 2

Results: Follow-up required

The Thai Noodle

1126 Laramie St.

Routine inspection April 19

Critical violations: 9

• In the small make table there was a package of fish balls and a half roll of cooked chicken sausage without a known open dates. In the reach-in cooler there was an open container of half and half without a known date. In a plastic food grade container of noodles there was a soiled wiping cloth being stored in direct contact with dry noodles.

• In the walk-in cooler there was a black plastic tub with raw chicken being stored directly next to 12 raw pork roasts. There was also boxes of chicken stacked next to the black plastic tub of raw chicken and raw pork roasts.

• In a crock pot there was peanut sauce at 121 degrees.

• In the small make table there was a container of half and half at 44 degrees. In the larger make table there was a plastic container of white rice noodles at 49 degrees.

• In the small make table there was a plastic food grade container of Yenta Foe sauce without a date. In the walk-in cooler there were three individually wrapped packages of sticky rice without dates.

• In the small make table there was a metal container of cooked pork without a date. In the large make table there was a plastic container of kimchi without a date. In the walk-in cooler there were individually wrapped packages of cooked beef stew, stew pork ribs, stew chicken and duck without dates. In the walk-in freezer there were metal pans with individually wrapped packages of cooked duck, chicken, pork, rice, stewed beef, stewed chicken and stewed pork without dates. There were also individually wrapped packages of cooked chicken sausages without dates.

• In the walk-in cooler there was a plastic non-food grade thank you bag being used to store three Daikon raw, ready-to-eat vegetables.

• The mechanical dish machine was in use and it utilizes chlorine for sanitization. The concentration measured at 0 ppm.

• There was one live cockroach inside of the mechanical compartment on top of the dish machine.

Non-critical violations: 4

Results: Follow-up required

Panera Bread

315 Southwind

Routine inspection April 19

Critical violations: 1

• In the right top and bottom drawers of make table 2, there was a plastic food grade container with hard boiled eggs at 50 degrees, a plastic food grade container of adobo corn and pepper blend at 49 degrees, there was a plastic food grade container of quinoa sofrito blend at 48 degrees, there was a plastic food grade container of feta cheese at 49 degrees and a plastic container with yogurt packets at 47 degrees.

Non-critical violations: 1

Results: No follow-up

Rock-a-Belly Deli

718 N. Manhattan Ave.

Follow-up inspection April 24

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

Manhattan Christian College

1427 Laramie St.

Complaint inspection April 25

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

Insomnia Cookies

1319 Anderson Ave.

Routine inspection April 25

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: Follow-up required

Baan Thai

1709 Fort Riley Blvd.

Licensing inspection April 25

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: No follow-up

Tasty China House

1120 Moro St.

Routine inspection April 26

Critical violations: 3

• In the walk-in cooler there was a medium-sized metal food grade container of raw squid being stored directly on top of a box of ready-to-drink wheat beer.

• In a make table there was a metal food grade container of cooked, ready-to-eat chicken with a make date of April 18.

• On a handle to the steam table there was a working spray bottle of all-purpose cleaner being stored above styrofoam cups.

Non-critical violations: 1

Results: No follow-up

O’Malley’s

1206 1/2 Moro St.

First operational inspection April 26

Critical violations: 0

Non-critical violations: 0

Results: Follow-up required

McDonald’s

800 N. Fourth St.

Routine inspection April 26

Critical violations: 4

• An employee was wearing latex gloves and pushed the trash can while touching the inside rim of the trash can with her gloves. She continued to place date/time stickers on food items and also handled a clean tray with ready to eat cooked eggs flats. She also touched one of the ready-to-eat cooked egg flats with the soiled glove.

• At the serving line there was a metal food grade pan of sausage gravy at 80 degrees.

• In the reach-in cooler there were bottles of white milk at 47 degrees and 49 degrees and a bottle of chocolate milk at 48 degrees. In the two drawer reach-in cooler there was a bottle of white milk at 47 degrees.

• On a metal shelf there was a working spray bottle of degreaser being stored next to a spray bottle of cooking spray.

Non-critical violations: 2

Results: Follow-up required

Eagles

312 S. Fourth St.

Routine inspection April 26

Critical violations: 2

• In the storage area there was one red onion that was soft and squishy.

• In the reach-in cooler there was a gallon of milk without an open date. There were also two bags of cut ready to eat sausage links without dates. In the reach-in cooler there was a plastic food grade container with a peeled head of lettuce without a date.

Non-critical violations: 2

Results: No follow-up

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