Health Report #112673

Establishment Name: Burger King
Report Date: 01/11/2011
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Clean Sight/Touch-No Accum/Enc Food-contact surface(s) N/A Soiled Observed 18 to 22 phu pans that had been cleaned and placed on the wire storage rack for use to be unclean. Also a couple pair of blue tongs and a few squeeze bottle spouts (stored above the three compartment sink) to be unclean. These items were sent to the dish washing sink to be soaked and washed. Staff must thoroughly clean these pans using a scrubbing pad and after air drying them inspect them for cleanliness. Only clean and dry equipment may be placed on the wire storage rack for future use. Management also needs to frequently inspect the dishes for cleanliness and inform staff if the equipment needs further cleaning.
Normal Repairing Physical facilities Floor(s) N/A In poor repair Worn spots Observed the floor tile grout to be worn down at several work stations. Remove the remaining grout and apply a full thickness layer to eliminate the depressions that allow food debris and moisture to accumulate
Normal Equipment and Utensils, Air-Dr Clean equipment and utensil(s) N/A Stored/stacked wet N/A
Normal Clean Freq, Nonfood-Contact Su Nonfood contact surface(s) N/A Soiled Observed 1) the bottom surfaces of the french fry dispenser chute and dispensing chute door. Please ensure this unit is thoroughly cleaned. 2) the walk in cooler evaporator coil has a piece of packing tape and a significant amount of dust accumulated on the back side of the coil fins
Normal System Maintained in Good Repa Plumbing system Drain line(s) N/A Not maintained Kitchen: re-establish the drain line air gap for the ice holding bin. The end of the drain pipe must be suspended above the floor level by a height that is 2x the diameter of the discharge pipe
Normal Cleaning Freq.,Food Contact Su Food-contact surface(s) used for nonpotentially hazardous food(s) N/A Not cleaned At least every 24 hours Observed the mounting bases for the removable soda dispensing spouts to be in need of cleaning. Use a small bottle brush to clean these difficult to access surfaces prior to rinsing and sanitizing