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Restaurant inspection results released by Kitsap health district

The Kitsap Public Health District has released the results of recent food and restaurant inspections.

There were 13 locations in the Bremerton and Silverdale area that scored below a 92 percent, which indicates a need for improvement.

All the remaining food service locations that were inspected in this area received good and excellent scores.

Those that need improvement are:

Joy Teriyaki’s location at Highway 303 in Bremerton: Score: 86.75 percent: Violations found in a follow-up inspection included improper shellfish ID and fish parasite destruction.

At their previous routine inspection, on July 9, violations included improper shellfish ID and fish parasite destruction, improper cold holding temperatures, inadequate plumbing and nonfood contact surfaces unclean.

McDonald’s on Wheaton Way in Bremerton. Score: 91.25 percent: Violations during their routine inspection included improper use of time as a control and improper cold holding temperatures. In a follow-up inspections, violations included inadequate hand washing and improper cold holding temperatures.

No. 1 Buffet on Wheaton Way in Bremerton. Score: 87.50 percent: Violations found food unwholesome or spoiled, improper fish ID, fish parasite destruction, improper use of time as a control, improper cold holding temperatures and incorrect dishwashing or sanitizer.

In a subsequent inspection, their score was 92.50 with violations found including improper shellfish ID, fish parasite destruction and improper use of time as a control.

•Panda Inn Mongolian Bar B Q on State Highway 303 in Bremerton. Score: 87.50 percent: Violations included improper handling of pooled eggs, improper cooling procedures, improper cold holding temperature and food contact surfaces unclean.

Romeo Bar & Grill on Kitsap Way in Bremerton. Score: 91 percent: Violations included unavailable or expired food cards, foods not protected from potential contamination, employee cleanliness and hygiene and use of tobacco or eating in the kitchen.

Additional violations found inadequate hand washing and food contact surfaces unclean.

Sabaidee Lao & Thai Cuisine on 6th Street in Bremerton: Score:  91.25 percent:  Violations found improper cooling procedures and unavailable or expired food cards.

Trapper’s Sushi on NE McWilliams Road in Bremerton: Score: 85 percent:  Violations included improper shellfish ID, fish parasite destruction, improper hot holding temperature (less than 130F) and improper use of time as a control.

King’s Wok Buffet on Silverdale Way in Silverdale: Score: 91.25 percent:  Violations included improper hot holding temperature and improper cold holding temperatures.

Teriyaki Delight on Silverdale Way in Silverdale: Score: 86.75 percent:  Violations included improper cold holding temperatures and nonfood contact surfaces unclean.

To see more scores, go to the Public Health District’s health inspection search tool at www.kitsapcountyhealth.com and submit the name of any restaurant to review their past three inspection results.

 

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