Health Report #104974

Establishment Name: Pacific Beach Burrito's
Report Date: 08/30/2011
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Working containers, Common Nam N/A N/A N/A Several spray bottles in the chemical storage closet were found unlabelled as to their contents. Properly label all chemicals as to their contents to identify the product in the spray bottle for proper use and identification. Correct by labelling or discarding and washing containers if the product is unknown.
Critical Reheating for Hot Holding N/A N/A N/A At onset of inspection beans were found in stainless container sitting on counter at room temperature next to cook area. Rice was found in small stainless being reheated in microwave at 115 degrees f. Unclear if this was an improper reheat issue. Beans were discarded at time of inspection and rice was reheated in microwave to 165 degrees f prior to placing into steamer. Corrected by discarding and reheating to proper temperature of 165 degrees f.
Critical Clean Sight/Touch-No Accum/Enc N/A N/A N/A The following food contact surfaces need cleaning: the slicer, the interior of the food processor, the mixer. Clean now and place on a routine cleaning schedule. Properly train all employees on proper cleaning methods and frequency of cleaning requirements. At the time of inspection, the mixer and the food processor were broke down and placed into the dishroom for proper cleaning.
Critical Hot and cold holding N/A N/A N/A Pica de gallo and two home made salsas found in the small cooler in the drive thru corridor at improper temeprature ranging from 46 - 48 degrees f. Potentially hazardous foods must be maintained at 41 degrees f or below. Corrected by removing product and placing into a functioning unit and consuming within 4 hours of removal from temperature control.
Critical Warewashing Chem.San., Temp/pH N/A N/A N/A The concentration of quaternary ammonium was found to be in excess of 1000 ppm in the 3c sink. This was due to the chemical dispenser not being properly adjusted for the chemical in use. Facility is in the process of changing over to a new chemical distributor and will have the chemical dispenser changed and or adjusted to accomodate new in use sanitizers. In the interim measure product manually and use test strips to determine proper concentration as indicated above. Corrected by removing chemical dispenser line and using a measuring cup for this purpose. Label measuring cup as quat to be used for this purpose only
Normal Miscellaneous Sources N/A N/A N/A Unwrapped condensate line in the walk in cooler. Properly wrap the condensate line in insulation to minimmize dripping of condensate onto foods stored below the line.
Normal Storing Equip./Uten./Lin./Sing N/A N/A N/A Utensils in the rear storage area by the drive thru corridor were found with the mouth end up. Invert utensils to minimize contact with the mouth end and to minimize airborne contaminants with the food contact surface.
Normal Good Repair and Calibration N/A N/A N/A Gaskets on the prep unit doors are torn. Once torn they are no longer cleanable. Replace split gaskets.
Normal Clean Freq, Nonfood-Contact Su N/A N/A N/A The following non food contact surfaces need cleaning: the inside of the upright mccall cooler, the non food contact surfaces of the slicer, base of the mixer, the fryer cabinets, the plastic support on the water dispenser nearest the drive through, the mop sink basin, shelving in the walk in cooler and adjacent shelf supports, pop spray nozzles in the self serve area. . Clean now and place on a more frequent cleaning schedule. Excess water build up in the prep unit. Clean now and determine if drain is plugged. If plugged, unplug drain for proper drainage and to permanently eliminate water build up
Normal Using a Handwashing Sink N/A N/A N/A The handsink for the rear prep area designated for the slicer area was blocked for access for routine handwashing by the mop bucket being placed directly in front of the hand sink. Handsinks must be accessible for routine handwashing at all times. Relocate mop buckets to allow access to this handsink for routine handwashing.
Normal Cooling, Heating, and Holding N/A N/A N/A The food products in the small cooler in the drive thru corridor including pica de gallo, two different types of salsa were found to be at holding food products at 46-48 degrees f. Ambient air temperature was 47 degrees f. This unit is ordered out of service for the storage of potentially hazardous foods until repaired and or adjusted. In the interim keep food in the walk in cooler and or minimal quantiels in the 3 door display cooler at the front upright cooler. Corrected by removing product from this unit and consuming within 4 hours of removal from temperature control.
Normal Food Equipment, Certification N/A N/A N/A The small domestic display cooler in the drive thru corridor is not approved for use in a food service establishment. Replace with a commercial unit when in need of repair.
Normal Cleaning, Frequency/Restrictio N/A N/A N/A The floors at the floor wall juncture especially in the walk in cooler need cleaning clean nnow and place on a more frequent cleaning schedule.
Normal Clean Freq, Nonfood-Contact Su N/A N/A N/A The alignment on the upright cooler door is improper. Make sure this is permanently repaired to avoid any temperature issues with this unit. Monitor temperatures for this unit routinely and adjust door as needed.