Health Report #107561

Establishment Name: Franks Restaurant
Report Date: 05/09/2011
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Clean Sight/Touch-No Accum/Enc Food-contact surface(s) Equipment Slicer prep area slicer With accumulation of debris Observed slicer in prep area with a heavy accumulation of debris. Slicer was not disassembled and cleaned after last use. All food contact surfaces of equipment must be washed, rinsed and sanitized after every use and must be clean to sight and touch. Pic corrected by disassembling slicer, then washing, rinsing and sanitizing all slicer components at time of inspection. Critical corrected
Normal In-Use Utensils/Between-Storag Dispensing utensil(s) prep area ice scoop tray Improperly stored With handle in product Observed ice scoop handle laying in bowl of ice in display cooler in server area. All ice scoops must be stored with handle extending up and out of ice to prevent possible contamination of ice from employee hands
Normal Unnecessary Items and Litter Unnecessary item(s) old/broken equipment throughout entire facility Not removed from facility Observed old, broken equipment and general clutter in basement storage areas. To correct, please remove all unnecessary items from facility as soon as possible.
Normal Clean Freq, Nonfood-Contact Su Nonfood contact surface(s) throughout entire facility equipment With accumulation of debris Observed the following areas in need of cleaning in upstairs prep area: shelf under grill, interior and exterior surfaces (including door handles and door gaskets) of upright coolers, and all shelves. To correct, please clean now and on a more frequent schedule.
Normal Kitchenware and Tableware Kitchenware and tableware single-use articles prep area utensil storage bin Allows for contamination of food-contact/lip-contact surfaces During handling Observed plastic single service forks, knives and spoons stored all jumbled together in utensil bin in server area. All utensils must be stored so the handles are all facing the same direction to prevent possible contamination of the food contact portion of utensil.