Health Report #111099

Establishment Name: Bomber Restaurant
Report Date: 09/07/2012
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Normal System Maintained in Good Repa Plumbing system Drain line(s) N/A Not maintained Re-establish the drain line air gaps for the two drain lines coming from the ice machine and ice bin. Provide a vertical air gap that is 2x the discharge pipe diameter above the receiving plumbing
Normal N/A N/A N/A N/A Observed some individual serving containers of yogurt, a small package of cream cheese, and a small container of cream (all unopened) to be past their manufacturer's recommended last date of sale. Corrected by discarding these foods
Normal Single-Ser./Use Art., Use Limi Single-service/single-use items narrow neck bottles N/A Reused Observed some narrow necked, one gallon juice containers being re-used for lemonade and iced tea, etc. These containers are for single use only. Once the original product is consumed these containers need to be discarded/recycled. Due to the narrow opening, these containers are not accessible for proper cleaning. Purchase and use pitchers with large openings that facilitate adequate cleaning
Normal Equipment, Cleaning Frequency Warewashing equipment dishmachine , Not cleaned Observed the dish washing machine drain pan and the drain basin at the discharge location to be in need of cleaning on a daily basis. Please assign this task to staff so it is completed regularly
Normal Good Repair and Proper Adjustm Equipment components doors refrigerator door gasket, N/A Observed the door gasket for the cook line area one door freezer to be split open and collecting debris. Provide a replacement door gasket for this unit to provide a smooth and easily cleanable surface that doesn't trap food debris
Normal Wiping Cloths, Use Limitation Wiping cloth(s) wet cooking area floor Stored in Less than 50-100 ppm chlorine Observed the wiping cloth solution (chlorine) at the front counter area near the soup hot holding unit to be too weak. Ensure these solutions are refreshed frequently during periods of heavy towel use to maintain at least 50 ppm chlorine
Normal Cooling methods Food item(s) cooled, Food item(s) cooled N/A Improperly Covered, Improperly In plastic container Observed a 6 quart, covered container in the walk in cooler with roast beef (in juices) that was cooked earlier today. Covering hot foods tightly and using plastic containers trap in residual heat. Utilize uncovered metal containers to help expedite the cooling process. Corrected by uncovering this food item so it can cool more quickly