Here is the most recent submission Restaurant/Health inspections. This is all the information we are provided with so please do not ask much more as far as what the violations were for etc... You can contact the local Health Department if you want more information.
About The Inspections
These establishments include restaurants, food and espresso carts, coffee places, delis, the fresh food sections in grocery stores, temporary events where food is sold, and more.
There are nearly 500 permitted food service establishments in Grays Harbor County. The majority of these establishments have two unannounced inspections per year. Some food service establishments will receive at least one unannounced inspection annually and any restaurant may request a special educational session.
The purpose of the inspections is to assure that the food is being handled properly from preparation through serving. Inspectors observe kitchen workers' food handling practices, assure equipment is working properly, take food temperatures, inspect refrigerators and storage areas, assure water temperatures, and correct level and use of sanitizers. Any problem found is written up, and the manager is taught the correct procedure or method immediately.
Each violation has a numerical value based on its risk of food borne illness. Therefore, there are more points given for red critical violations than for blue violations. Whenever possible, violations found during the inspection are corrected immediately. Red critical items found during the inspection must be corrected immediately. Examples would be re-heating a food to 165Â° F, putting it into the refrigerator or discarding the food.