Rodent droppings in fryers; Chester County restaurant inspections, June 23, 2024 (2024)

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a risk-based inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers.

Boo Bakes Cupcakes & More, Llc @ Ae / Cchd #1417, 208 Carter Dr., West Chester, June 15. Pass. Provide thermometer in cooler.

Buenos Aires Empanada Bar, Llc @ Artisan Exchange, 208 Carter Dr., Ste 13b, West Chester, June 15. Pass. No violations.

Chuckie B's Meatballs @ Ae Farmers Market / Cchd #1367, 208 Carter Dr., Ste 13b, West Chester, June 15. Pass. No violations.

Crabby Joe's Llc @ Artisan Exchange, 208 Carter Dr., Unit 13b, West Chester, June 15. Pass. No violations.

Manor Farm Market @ Ae / Cchd #1416, 208 Carter Dr. Unit 13b, West Chester, June 15. Pass. Provide thermometer in cooler. Ensure air and food inside cooler are maintained at 41F or below.

Susan's Wedding Cakes And Sweets @ Artisan Exchange / Cchd #1231, 208 Carter Dr., Unit 13b, West Chester, June 15. Pass. No violations.

Uban Llc Dba Thai & Asian Fusion Kitchen, 208 Carter Dr., Unit 13b, West Chester, June 15. Pass. Provide thermometer in market cooler.

Brick And Blaze Pizza Co. / Cchd #1138, 60 Wiand Ln., Spring City, June 14. Pass. Hot water was initially only reaching 100°F, rather than 110°F or above as required. Unit was repaired on location (low temperature was caused by a kink in the line) and the final water temperature was 114°F.

Capt'n Chucky's Crab Cake Co., 132 Pottstown Pike, Chester Springs, June 14. Pass. Handwash sink was blocked by cardboard boxes. Boxes were moved. Make sure handwash sinks are made easily accessible. Facility has an unused deli slicer. Remove deli slicer if there are no plans to use it. The food facility does not employ a certified employee as required. An employee has attended an approved training class, but has not applied for Chester County Health Department Certification.

Compass Group @ Canteen Micro Market, 75 Valley Stream Pkwy., Malvern, June 14. Pass. No violations.

Falkor Food Truck /cchd #1092, 1198 Chestershire Pl., Pottstown, June 14. Pass. The inside of both fryers have rodent droppings collecting at the bottom. The fryers have not been in use for some time and there is no oil in the units. Fryers must be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. Provide proof of cleaning (such as pictures) to the EHS within a week or before the fryers are next used, whichever comes first. Rodent droppings and food debris are collecting underneath equipment. Provide proof of cleaning of floors under equipment within a week or before the truck is next used to prepare food, whichever comes first.

Fysh Sushi And Poke, 5 S Morehall Rd., Malvern, June 14. Fail. Observed food staff touching sushi fish, a RTE food with bare hands. Staff washed hands and put on gloves to prevent potential contamination of food. Observed multiple raw meats stored above ready-to-eat (RTE) foods in the prep top in the kitchen. This has the potential to cause cross-contamination. Person in charge moved the raw animal products to the bottom shelf. Observed multiple sauce bottles throughout without labels of the name of the food. This has the potential to contaminate food with allergens. Person in charge provided labels during inspection. Observed an in-use rice scooper stored in room temperature water. This has the potential to cause pathogen growth and in-use utensils must be kept at 41F or below or hot held at 135F or above, or replaced every 4 hours. Scooper was removed and person in charge replaced in rice cooker to maintain temperature. Observed cups being used as scoops in dry goods. Cups don't have a handle and cannot be used to scoop food. A scoop with a handle was replaced to prevent potential contamination of food by person in charge. Observed flour and bread crumbs used for breading raw shrimp at room temperature. As this touches raw shrimp (a time/temperature controlled for safety food), they need to be kept at 41F or below or discard after breading raw shrimp to prevent potential pathogen growth. Fish observed thawing in reduced oxygen or vacuum packaging. These packages must be opened to allow oxygen to enter prior to beginning the thawing process to prevent the growth of harmful pathogens. Fish was discarded by person in charge. The high temperature dishwasher is out of order and not maintaining the required temperatures for proper sanitization of food contact surfaces. Repair the machine and utilize the 3-compartment sink until the temperatures can be verified by EHS for the mechanical dishwasher. Paper towel dispenser empty at the handwash sink in the bathroom in the kitchen area. Person in charge provided paper towels during inspection.

Jt Wilder Bbq, 6 S Lakeside Ave., Berwyn, June 14. Pass. Observed two forms of unapproved insect control devices: - Bug spray - Bug zapped Ensure to utilize a licensed pest control service to control any potential pests without running the risk of contaminating food or food contact surfaces. Person in charge removed the devices from facility. Observed first aid/medicine stored above food contact surfaces in the kitchen. Supplies were moved to the office by person in charge to prevent any potential contamination.

Landhope Food Truck / Cchd #1376, 101 E. Street Rd., Kennett Square, June 14. Pass. No violations.

Lily Sushi And Grill, 104 W. State St., Kennett Square, Follow-up, June 14. Pass. No violations.

Longwood Fire Co, 1001 E. Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square, June 14. Pass. No violations.

Mama Donna's Bakery, 428 W. First Ave., Unit E Parkesburg, Opening, June 14. Pass. Seal around mop sink. Correct prior to opening. Three compartment sink has small leak in the waste line. Repair prior to opening. Wall behind three compartment sink had some repairs made. Sand and paint damaged areas. Correct prior to opening.

Ryan's Pub, 124 W. Gay St., West Chester, Follow-up, June 14. Pass. No violations.

Sister's Market V, 407 E. Lincoln Hwy., Coatesville, Follow-up, June 14. Pass. One damaged chest freezer remains in the garage and the other damaged chest freezer was removed. Remove the last damaged chest freezer within 7 days. Produce boxes in front of the food service area and in front of the open display case must removed and may be replaced with wire racks/shelving to eliminate potential harborage of co*ckroaches. Correct within 7 days. Facility backdoor and garaged door are damaged with holes large enough for vector entry. Repair back door within 7 days and garage door within 14 days. Garage was cleaned, however, additional cleaning is still needed in the used oil storage area. Correct within 7 days. A few co*ckroaches observed throughout the facility. Continue with pest control and continue to remove bottled and canned drinks from plastic and cardboard packaging in basem*nt. Correct within 7 days.

Sunny Ridge Restaurant Inc, 960 Ridge Rd. Pottstown, June 14. Fail. A container of potatoes in the kitchen, and another container of potatoes in the walk in were stored open with no covering. Cover all containers of food if they are not in use. In the front area, a scoop was stored in the ice bin with the handle touching the ice. Utensils must be stored so the portion touching the hand does not touch the food. Scoop was moved so that the handle was not touching the ice. In the kitchen, a container of cooked potatoes was stored directly on the floor. In both the walk in cooler and walk in freezer, foods and food containers were stored directly on the floor, rather than 6 inches off the floor. Move all foods and food containers 6 inches off the floor. Multiple TCS foods requiring either cold-holding below 41°F or hot-holding above 135°F (eggs, hash, liquid waffle and pancake mix, cooked potatoes, etc) were kept on the counter at room temperature for an extended period of time. All foods were measured at between 75°F-87°F. TCS foods were discarded on location. All TCS foods must be kept at 41°F or below or 135°F or above, or a time log must be kept indicating what times foods were removed from refrigeration or hot-holding, and indicating what times the foods must be used or discarded by. For now, facility is keeping foods refrigerated until they need to be used. Food facility does not have available quaternary ammonia test strips or test kit to ensure quat concentration is between 200-400 ppm. Sample pouch of 15 test strips provided for sanitizer in use. Obtain appropriate test kit within a week. The following pieces of equipment need repairs: - The walk in cooler needs additional insulation added to cover the entirety of the refrigerant line, - The walk in freezer needs the insulation around the refrigerant line replaced, - The mop sink needs to be unclogged. The hood fan was recently replaced, however the replacement fan was the incorrect size and is not sufficiently removing heat from the kitchen. Kitchen temperatures were measured at over 90°F today, which is a hazard to both employees and to food, as food equipment is designed to operate at typical room temperatures. Hood fan must be repaired in order to allow the hood to remove excess heat and condensation from the kitchen. The following pieces of equipment need to be cleaned: - The undersides of all beverage dispensers must be cleaned and sanitized, especially the juice dispenser, - The downstairs walk in freezer has ice collecting on the floor and on the door gasket that must be cleaned, - The hood duct needs to have a professional cleaning scheduled. In the women's restroom, the garbage can lid will not remain closed. Repair or replace the unit so that the garbage can lid will stay closed. The following areas of the facility need to be cleaned: - The floor of the entire kitchen, especially under and behind equipment, - The floors of the stairs and basem*nt in areas where food and restaurant equipment is being stored, - The path to the mop sink is blocked by debris and equipment. There must be a clear path to the mop sink so that it is easily accessible. Mops are not being hung or inverted to air dry. Hang or invert mops.

White Cow Central Restaurant, 16 E. Gay St., West Chester, Opening, June 14. Pass. - Metal panels in back area have holes drilled through them - Holes in the floor of the Walk-In Refrigerator Cover with smooth, easily cleanable surface. Basem*nt 3 compartment sink has test strips that are out of date. Order new test strips immediately. The food facility does not employ a certified employee as required. An employee has attended an approved training class, but has not applied for Chester County Health Department Certification.

A Fresh Land And Sea Food Market, 317 E. Lincoln Hwy., Exton, Complaint, June 13. Pass. Upon entering the butcher area, raw beef was observed out at room temperature. The beef was measured at 78°F, in the 2 compartment sink area, rather than 41°F or below as required. Raw beef was discarded during the inspection.

Avondale Presbyterian Church, 420 Pennsylvania Ave., Avondale, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Baily's Dairy, 1821 Lenape Unionville Rd., West Chester, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Canteen @ Ifm, 1100 Atwater Dr., Malvern, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Carlos Tienda Mexicano #3, 610 S. Union St., Kennett Square, Follow-up, June 13. Fail. Lights in part of the store. Roof repairs have taken place. Replace light fixtures and bulbs. Roof repairs have reportedly taken place. Due to lack of rain, it can't be confirmed that the repairs are sufficient. Rain is expected this weekend. Repairs to the interior ceiling must be completed within 2 weeks.

Dollar Tree #08337, 817 E. Baltimore Pike., Kennett Square, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Giovanni's Pizzas Inc / Elverson, 18 W. Main St., Elverson, June 13. Fail. A Food Employee was observed not following proper handwashing procedures. Employee washed their hands for less than 20 seconds and did not use soap. Employee re-washed hands on location. A Food Employee was observed washing their hands at the 3-compartment sink rather than the designated handwash sink. Employee was advised and washed hands in the handwash sink. Multiple open employee beverages and personal foods were found in food preparation areas of the kitchen. Employee personal foods or drinks must be stored away from foods for customers. Employee foods and drinks were moved during the inspection. In the basem*nt, two container of onions were stored open with no covering. Onions were moved to a covered container during the inspection. In the sandwich prep top, a container of cooked onions and a bag of greens was stored directly on top of lettuce, which could contaminate the lettuce. Container of onions and the bag of greens were removed. Employees advised not to store food containers on top of uncovered foods. Squeeze bottles of sauces were not labeled with the name of the food inside. Label all containers of food. The downstairs standing freezer has some ice collecting at the back. Ice must be removed before it begins collecting on packages of food. Observed in-use knives stored between tables, an area not easily cleanable & sanitized. Knives were removed to be cleaned. Observed wet wiping cloths in the kitchen, not being stored in sanitizer solution. Wet wiping cloths must be stored in containers of sanitizer when not being used. Wiping cloth was removed during the inspection. A plastic bin holding bread has a cracked cover that needs to be replaced. Hot-held meatballs were measured at 120°F, rather than 135°F or higher. Meatballs must be reheated to 165°F before being hot-held at 135°F. Meatballs were discarded. Employees were advised to check reheating temperature of meatballs using a probe thermometer to make sure meatballs are reaching 165°F. All foods in the countertop cold-hold unit were measured at 50°F, rather than 41°F or below. All TCS foods (a container of raw chicken and a container of raw beef) were discarded. A container of frozen raw chicken was moved to a working refrigerator. Unit must be repaired, replaced, or removed. No TCS foods can be stored in this unit until it is holding foods at 41°F or below. In the upper section of the sandwich prep top across from the cook line, multiple items were above 41°F: - Cooked onions were double-panned in a container of lettuce (54°F) - Cheese and meats were in a cold well lined with parchment paper, an insulator (52°F), - A plate of chicken was stored on top of the cold wells (57°F) All foods above 41°F were discarded. TCS foods must be stored directly in the cold wells, and no foods should be above the lip of the cold wells. The sandwich prep top did not have a easily-visible thermometer for measuring air temperature inside. A thermometer was placed inside the unit during the inspection. Floors under equipment need to be cleaned, especially at the floor/wall junction and in corners. Basem*nt floor under the shelving was cleaned during the inspection. Clean kitchen floors by the end of the day. Facility does not have a current Chester County Certified Food Manager. Within a week, turn in the Chester County Certified Food Manager application, the application fee, and a copy of the valid food manager certificate.

Italian Village Pizza & Beer, 821-823 W. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. No violations.

J Scott Catering @ Phoenixville Foundry, 2 N. Main St., Phoenixville, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Just Mom's Llc, 1050 N. Manor Rd., Honey Brook, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. In the pizza area, pizza crusts were stored uncovered under the paper towel dispenser, and people reaching for paper towels could drip water from wet hands onto the pizza crusts. Pizza crusts must be covered and stored where they cannot be dripped on. For today, pizza crusts were covered and moved away from paper towel dispenser. The paper towel dispenser will be moved to be closer to the hand sink in the near future. In the ice cream area, several cans of pineapple chunks had been opened and left in the refrigerator overnight. These cans are designed to be emptied as soon as they are opened, and foods inside the cans must be moved to a reuseable food-grade container if they are not used immediately. The pineapple chunks were moved to a food-grade container during the inspection. The door leading outside from the kitchen was left open without anything in place to protect entry by pests. The air curtain was turned on during the inspection. The floors underneath the following pieces of equipment need to be cleaned: - Cook line equipment, especially around the fryers, - Underneath the kitchen refrigerators and freezers, - Underneath the ice cream area cold-holding equipment. Within a week, send proof of cleaning (such as pictures) to the EHS. Proof of cleaning may be sent by email or text.

Kelly's Breakfast & Lunch, 3303 E. Lincoln Hwy., Thorndale, June 13. Pass. No violations.

King's Garden Restaurant, 308 S. High St., West Chester, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. The facility removed the grease trap themselves and did not have a professional inspect the grease trap as required. Facility must have a licensed professional inspect where the grease trap was and document whether the facility needs to reinstall the grease trap or if there is another grease trap in the facility. The floor / wall juncture throughout the entire kitchen area is not coved and closed to 1/32 inch. Inspect the entire facility and repair any broken cove bases. The food facility needs to obtain a new Chester County Certified Food Manager as the current food manager is not present at the facility enough to supervise and train food employees.

Lincoln Diner / Valley, 1202 W. Lincoln Hwy., Coatesville, Follow-up, June 13. Fail. Small Pepsi refrigerator near cooking line and the Beverage Air refrigerator located in front dining area were observed above 41°F. All TCS food was discarded during inspection. As stated previously, do not use until repaired. Pepsi refrigerator is designed for prepackaged food only and must be removed from kitchen area. Remove Pepsi refrigerator within 5 days. Several precooked foods stored in refrigeration were observed without dates. Date all precooked refrigerated food kept for more than 24 hours. Correct immediately. Hamburgers and eggs are cooked per customers request and may be served undercooked. A consumer advisory is required to notify customers on menu, table tent or placard. Consumer advisory must be large enough for customers to read. Correct within 7 days. All refrigeration must have a temperature measuring device (i.e. thermometer). Provide thermometers for refrigeration within 5 days. Facility is reusing containers used for commercially packaged food. These are considered single use containers and cannot be reused for food storage. Provide commercial grade reusable food containers. Correct within 7 days. The following locations were observed dirty from grease accumulation: 1)Table below grill 2)Table below 4 burner stove 3) Sides of cooking equipment. Clean within 72 hours. The floor below and wall behind the cooking equipment, including gas line were observed dirty from grease accumulation. Clean within 72 hours. Mop sink and closet were observed cluttered and sink was inaccessible. Clean closet and store mops and brooms in closet. Correct immediately.

Mcdonald's / Coatesville, 1820 E. Lincoln Hwy., Coatesville, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Mcdonald's / Thorndale, 3808 E. Lincoln Hwy., Thorndale, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. I was informed a part had to be ordered for the dish washer-it is not being used and a sign is posted on the machine Not To Use. Please contact me when repaired.

Papa John's Pizza (wc), 510 E. Gay St., West Chester, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. Toilet room is not provided with a covered waste receptacle for sanitary napkins. Provide a lid or a separate trash can with a lid. The food facility does not employ a certified employee as required. An employee has attended an approved training class, but has not applied for Chester County Health Department Certification. Email with link has been sent.

Radley Run Country Club, 1100 Country Club Rd., West Chester, June 13. Fail. Foods were stored open with no covering with the following locations: 1. Chest freezer at cookline in main clubhouse kitchen 2. Freezer at cook line in new clubhouse/tavern kitchen 3. Spices at the cook line in the mansion house kitchen Cover all foods. New clubhouse/tavern kitchen: Flour stored at room temperature at the cook line was used last night to bread raw meat. Flour was discarded during the inspection. Food ingredient storage containers (2 squeeze bottles storing sauces and several dry goods), in the clubhouse/tavern kitchen, were not labeled with the common name of the food. 2 dry ingredient shakers in the mansion house kitchen were also unlabeled. Label all food ingredient storage containers. Ice scoops in the main clubhouse kitchen were stored at the top of the ice machine which is an area not easily cleanable & sanitized. Surface was unclean during the inspection. Ice scoops were removed during the inspection. Store in an easily cleanable location. Soda gun holders were observed in disrepair in the following location and are not easily cleanable/non-absorbent: 1. New clubhouse/tavern bar 2. Main clubhouse bar ("mdr"/middle) 3. Pool snack bar (this one appears to be in good repair and can cleaned and sanitized. If upon cleaning the holder is not in good repair - replace.) Replace. The following food contact surfaces were observed to have residue and were not clean to sight and touch. Clean and sanitize the following: 1. Tabletop can opener blade in main clubhouse 2. Tabletop can opener blade in new clubhouse/tavern kitchen 3. Ice machine interior in clubhouse/tavern kitchen 4. "MDR"/middle soda gun nozzle in main clubhouse bar 5. Soda gun nozzle in the turn cafe in new clubhouse. Non-food contact surfaces not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil. Clean the following: 1. Due to droppings: Floor/wall junctures in main clubhouse bar and kitchen and pool kitchen 2. Floors under the central cook line in the main clubhouse kitchen 3. Interior of discard sink in mansion house kitchen. Observed clean food equipment stacked while wet and not allowing time for draining and/or air-drying in the new clubhouse/tavern. Re-train staff. Mansion house kitchen: The handwash sink located next to the discard sink and in the server area do not have water at a temperature of at least 85°F. Repair/adjust. Cove base missing in the storage area to the left when entering the main clubhouse bar. Install cove base. Paper towel dispenser empty at the handwash sink in the new clubhouse bar/tavern bar. Paper towels were supplied during the inspection. Ceiling tiles are stained/damaged in the following areas and need replaced: 1. Storage area to the left when entering the main clubhouse bar 2. To the right of the hood in the banquet kitchen at main clubhouse Ensure there are no leaks and replace tiles. Mouse droppings were observed at the floor/wall juncture in the main clubhouse bar and kitchen and in the pool kitchen area. Complete the following: * Provide the Department with the most recent Pest Control Reports. * Continue pest management services at least weekly and submit reports to Department. * Clean and sanitize floor/wall junctures and maintain clean * Routinely monitor facility for signs of pests. * Keep all foods covered and routinely inspect incoming shipments for pests. * Keep all plumbing in good repair. Ensure there is no stagnant water on the floor. Ants observed near tabletop can opener in main clubhouse kitchen. Have pest control treat for ants in this area and also comply with the above. Working containers used for storing a chemical/cleaners taken from bulk supplies were not marked with the common name of the chemical i the following locations: 1. 1 bottle in the mansion house bar 2. 3 bottles in the clubhouse/tavern kitchen Label all chemical bottles.

Saloon 151 Food Truck / Cchd #1022, 151 W. Gay St., West Chester, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Sterling Pig, 113 W. Market St., West Chester, Follow-up, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Striped Cow / Cchd #1018, 1821 Lenape Unionville Rd., West Chester, June 13. Pass. No violations.

Uncommon Ramen Llc, 239 Bridge St., Phoenixville, June 13. Pass. No violations.

White Manor Country Club, Llc, 831 Providence Rd., Malvern, June 13. Pass. In pool concession, ensure an accurate thermometer is provided in each refrigerator and freezer. In new bar, provide beveled base coving at the floor/wall juncture. Note: Base coving was to be installed per plan review.

Big Yellow Mug / Cchd #1061, 125 Saginaw Rd., Lincoln University, June 12. Pass. Observed plastic coating peeling off wire shelf above sinks. Repair/replace. Provide email confirmation of repair/replacement.

Buddy's Burgers, Breast & Fries, 13 W. Gay St., West Chester, June 12. Fail. Eggs were being stored on the top shelf of the refrigerator. Make sure eggs are stored on the bottom shelf to avoid cross-contamination. Eggs were moved upon request. Cheese was observed to be stacked above the portion control line in the prep top. Make sure all food items fall below the portion control line to ensure proper cooling. Bacon was being held off of the griddle. Bacon was reheated to 165°F and placed in a container on the griddle as previously agreed upon. Maintain and monitor temperature. Women's toilet room is not provided with a covered waste receptacle for sanitary napkins. Obtain a trash can with a lid. The food facility does not employ a certified employee as required. An employee has attended an approved training class, but has not applied for Chester County Health Department Certification. Apply immediately.

Capriotti's / Penn, 827 W. Baltimore Pike, Ste. 2, West Grove, June 12. Pass. Observed 2 spray bottles of quat sanitizer at

Colonial Village Market, 929 S. High St., West Chester, Follow-up, June 12. Pass. Replace missing/damaged floor tiles in the following areas: -quarry floor tiles in the large walk-in refrigerator -vinyl tiles in cold meat prep room.

East Vincent U C C, 282 Hill Church Rd., Spring City, June 12. Pass. The quat test strips on location were expired. New test strips were obtained during the inspection. Rodent droppings were found along the wall by the water heater and refrigerator, in the lower cupboards along that same wall, on the countertop above those cupboards, and in the cupboard holding paper towels. To address this: - Thoroughly clean and sanitize the floor and cupboards and maintain in clean condition, - Clean and sanitize all equipment in the cupboards prior to use, - Clean any new droppings as soon as they are found, and - Advise the pest control company to pay extra attention to these areas. Cleaning was started during the inspection.

Jbs Deli @ Valley Forge Llc, 1001 Chesterbrook Blvd., Berwyn, June 12. Fail. Staff provided a food deliver today from commissary in Radnor not in an iced cooler and not received at proper temperature, refrigerated or iced cooler at 41°F or below. Pre-packaged sandwiches, wraps shall be sold by 1 pm or discarded. Transport product in an approved cold hold box, not a card board box. Brenda will in form Jesse. Sponges observed in the ware washing sink area being used to clean food contact surfaces. Debbie discarded on site, metal / plastic scrubbers provided. Provide two additional sink stoppers at the three bay sink. Three bay sink shall be set up during hours of operation in case staff need to wash / rinse / sanitize utensils during operation. License to Operate is not posted in public view. Post new license in public view upon receipt.

Merendero La Catracha, 657 E. Lincoln Hwy., Coatesville, Follow-up, June 12. Pass. Walk-in freezer still creating ice build-up. It was reported that parts are on order. All food was frozen solid. Correct within 30 days. Facility began to disassemble the unused pizza oven. Unused deep fryer was removed. Continue to remove pizza oven. Correct within 30 days.

Napoli's Pizza & Sub, 1992 Valley Rd., Coatesville, Follow-up, June 12. Pass. No violations.

Rai Rai Ramen Noodle, 124 E. Market St., West Chester, June 12. Fail. Scoops in dry storage containers do not have handles. Scoops were ordered onsite. Chicken observed thawing at room temperature on the 3-compartment sink, which is not an approved thawing method. Food can be thawed in the cooler, completely submerged under cool running water, or thawed in a microwave oven and immediately cooked. Noodles were left out to cool. Noodles were 105°F and had been out for a half hour. Noodles were placed in the refrigerator. Foods must be cooled to 70°F in 2 hours and to 41°F in 4 hours. Facility does not have chlorine sanitizer for their 3 compartment sink. Food grade chlorine sanitizer ordered on site. Handwashing sinks were not supplied with paper towels. Make sure paper towels are supplied to ensure proper handwashing. The food facility does not employ a certified employee as required. An employee has attended an approved training class, but has not applied for Chester County Health Department Certificate. Obtain one immediately.

Timber Wolfe Lanes Llc, 1800 Baltimore Pike Oxford, June 12. Pass. Avancto 2 Door Refrigerator: Observed raw shell eggs stored above ready to eat foods. Eggs were relocated to the bottom shelf and below ready to eat foods. Ensure raw animal foods are stored in a manner to prevent cross contamination. Commercially processed ready to eat food (nacho cheese sauce), located in the Gehl's dispenser, and held more than 24 hours, is not being marked with the date it was opened. The nacho cheese was reportedly opened today and dated today- 6/11. Use or discard within 7 days. It was reported that leftover cheese is removed from the dispenser and cooled in the refrigerator for use the next day. Ensure the leftover cheese sauce is cooled from 135F to 41F or less within 6 hours. Nacho cheese sauce is reheated to 135F in the dispenser in less than 2 hours.

Acac Café @ Acac Fitness Center, 1130 Mcdermott Dr., West Chester, June 11. Pass. Clean the floors and floor drains, especially underneath equipment.

Baxter's/tredyffrin, 14 Paoli Shopping Center, Paoli, June 11. Pass. Non-food contact surfaces not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dust, debris, crumb, or splash; 1- Underside of salamander units (2). 2-Cook line floor behind grill, fryers, and oven. 3-Ice Chute located at main ice machine lower level. The light intensity in the food preparation area is not at least 50 foot candles. 1- Provide additional lighting in slicer room, lower level. The food facility does not maintain a CCHD Certified Food Manager as required. CCHD CFM will be Matt Boyer, submit the attached CCHD CFM application to the Department within 10 days.

Burger Stop, 148 W. State St., Kennett Square, June 11. Pass. Open metal cans of food were observed in the refrigerator. Once opened, metal cans must be emptied for use or into a food grade container with lid/plastic wrap. Cans were removed. Replace the torn door gaskets on the True 2 door refrigerator. Center hood filter is raised allowing grease to enter the upper hood canopy and duct work. Grease reportedly dripped onto sidewalk yesterday. Filters are cleaned by an outside agency that swaps out facility's filters about every 2 weeks. The "loaner" filters are not the same weight as the facility filters causing the filters to lift. Filters must be properly weighted & fitted. Contact your filter cleaners to ensure proper filters are used in your hood. Supply regular hand soap (not dish soap) and paper towels to the hand sink.

Downingtown Country Club, 93 Country Club Dr., Downingtown, Follow-up, June 11. Pass. No violations.

Fairfield Inn By Marriott / Exton, 5 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, June 11. Pass. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration. Order test strips immediately.

Far Away Country Corner, 690 Marshall Rd., Glenmoore, June 11. Fail. Raw eggs stored above food items. Eggs need to be placed on the lowest shelf to avoid cross contamination. Documentation is needed for the creamers that are held in the front coffee area. Potentially hazardous foods can only be held for less than 4 hours. The following non-food contact surfaces need to be cleaned: - Ice build up in outside walk in freezer - Floor around fryer. Handwash sink in kitchen was not working upon inspection. A plumber should be called and the sink needs to be fixed to ensure proper handwashing. Use sink in bakery area until it is repaired. A block of rodenticide was applied openly in the bakery area. Remove these rodenticides and ensure all baits are placed in a tamper-proof container to prevent accidental poisonings. Food facility operator failed to post an original, valid Chester County Health Department Certified Food Manager in a location conspicuous to the consumer.

Holiday Inn Express/ww, 120 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, June 11. Fail. Foods (milk, yogurt, and cream cheese) were held at 50°F, in the display cooler in the customer area, rather than 41°F or below as required. Unit has ice build up along the back and was overcrowded at the top. TCS foods were discarded during the inspection. Repair/adjust unit to maintain foods at 41°F or below as required. Unit cannot be used for TCS foods until it is fixed. Commercially processed ready to eat food (boiled eggs), located in the front display cooler and back one door cooler, and held more than 24 hours, is not being marked with the date it was opened and a use by or discard by date. Implement date marking system immediately. Temperature measuring device for ensuring proper temperature of equipment is not available or readily accessible in front display cooler for milk, yogurt, and cream cheese. Supply unit with a thermometer. The handwash sink in the kitchen was blocked by dishes both surrounding and inside the sink and was not accessible at all times for employee use. This is the only handwashing sink in the kitchen and must be easily accessible at all times. Dishes were removed during the inspection. Paper towel dispenser empty at the handwash sink in the kitchen. Paper towels were supplied during the inspection. Comply every day. The food facility does not employ a certified employee as required. An employee has attended an approved training class, but has not applied for Chester County Health Department Certification. Apply within 1 week.

Juice Pod Lionville, 932 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, June 11. Pass. Facility is making their own juice in house and does not have a consumer advisory about it being unpasteurized. Make sure to add a warning label for highly susceptible populations. The quaternary ammonium concentration in the sanitizing solution of the 3-bay warewash sink was 100ppm, rather than 200-400 ppm as stated on the manufacturers use directions. Sanitizer solution was made to the correct solution. Clean inside Avantco reach in freezer to remove food debris. Clean and maintain.

Malgudi Cafe, 410 W. Lincoln Hwy., Exton, Follow-up, June 11. Fail. Two dry good food ingredient storage containers, in the cook line area, were not labeled with the common name of the food. Containers were labeled during the inspection. Several food dispensing utensils in dry goods observed stored in the food and not with handle above the top of the food. Ensure scoop handle is stored above the top of the food at all times and discontinue use of bowls as scoops. Observed wet wiping cloths in food prep area not being stored in sanitizer solution. Obtain designated sanitizer buckets and re-train staff. Observed wiping cloths in extremely unclean condition in throughout kitchen on floors and tables. Dirty wiping cloths must be placed in designated hampers to be laundered. Re-train staff. Batter was held at 45°F, in the small walk-in cooler, rather than 41°F or below as required. Repair/adjust to maintain foods at 41°F or below as required. Unsalted butter soaking in water was held at 60°F (room temperature), in the cook line area, rather than 41°F or below as required. Butter was discarded during the inspection. Yogurt was held at 61°F, in the one door cooler by the cook line, rather than 41°F or below as required. Unit was not plugged in. TCS foods in this unit were discarded. Food Facility did not obtain written approval from the Department before pickling vegetables to extend shelf life which is a specialized processing method. Discontinue practice immediately and submit required paperwork to the Department. Non-food contact surfaces not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil. Clean all floors (including behind cookline and under equipment) and shelves in the kitchen and back dry good hallway. Maintain cleanliness. Observed clean food equipment stacked while wet and not allowing time for draining and/or air-drying. Equipment was removed to be washed, rinsed, and sanitized. Re-train staff. Observed unclean equipment stored on "clean equipment" racks. Facility must designate which racks are for clean equipment and which racks are for dirty. It was discussed that additional racks/shelves are needed for clean equipment. If shelf to the left of the "wash" compartment at the 3 compartment sink is used for clean dishes - a shield must be installed. Small stainless steel table to the right of the dishwasher can be used for clean rack of dishes only. Dirty equipment cannot be stored there. Dirty equipment (including wet grinders) cannot be left overnight. Wall in the back dry storage hallway is in disrepair/roughened and is not a smooth and easily cleanable surface. Repair wall. Screen door to the outside, located in the kitchen of the food facility is not self-closing. Adjust/fix door to self-close in order to prevent insect entry. Paper towel dispenser empty at the handwash sink in the small room by the cook line. Supply with paper towels.

Nudy's Bridge Street Café, 450-452 Bridge St., Phoenixville, Follow-up, June 11. Pass. No violations.

Pizzeria Dei Sapori, Llc, 300 E. Baltimore Pike, West Grove, June 11. Fail. Food Employee observed eating food on the table where the deli slicer is located. No eating is permitted in food preparation or food storage areas- reviewed with PIC. Comply at all times. A food employee was observed touching/slicing purple onions- a ready to eat food- with bare hands. Food employee was informed that gloves are required to touch ready to eat foods. Proper glove use poster was provided and reviewed. Observed four repackaged deli ham slices with an open date of 5/31 and a use by date of 6/6. It was determined that these items were erroneously dated. The deli ham was reportedly opened/sliced on 6/6. The packages were re-dated with an opening/sliced date of 6/6. Use or discard by 6/13/24. Time in lieu of temperature being used in the food facility to control ready to eat Time/Temperature Controlled for Safety (TCS) foods (pizzas) without written procedures or documentation to verify disposition of food. Proper time-tracking was implemented for the pizzas. Pizzas were reportedly removed from the oven at 11:50am- discard by 3:50pm. It was reported that the pizza slices are sold within 4 hours. Observed container of cooked onions stored at room temperature- internal temperature of onions was measured at 71F. Onions were reportedly cooked more than 2 hours prior to the inspection- onions were discarded. Ensure consistent time-tracking of all TCS foods at all times. Provided and reviewed "Time as a Public Health Control" document. Comply at all times. Remove cardboard from shelves across from the 3 bay sink. Remove tin foil on the wall behind the cookline. Cardboard and tin foil are not acceptable surface finishes as they are not durable and easily cleanable.

Santucci's Of Paoli, 1776 E. Lancaster Ave., Paoli, June 11. Pass. No violations.

Star Gas Mart, 1762 New London Rd., Landenberg, June 11. Fail. Observed ambient temperature of 7UP refrigerator at 44F-46F. Unit's thermometer was observed at 44F. The following internal food temperatures were observed: * ham in Lunchable container- 44F. * shredded mozzarella- 46F. All TCS foods were discarded from this unit. The door has a visible gap on the right side door which may be causing elevated ambient temperatures. It is also recommended to have the unit serviced to ensure adequate refrigerant is provided. Do not use this unit to store TCS foods until it has been serviced and operating at 41F or less. Remove the following items from the outside wooden corral: * old gas pumps (2). * tires(2). * scrap wood. * pvc pipes. * wire shelves.

State Street Pizza & Grill, 148 W. State St., Kennett Square, June 11. Pass. Time used to track pizza by the slice. A written plan must be posted (all pizza discarded at 3pm) or time each pizza is placed on counter must be marked on the pans. Clean window area near the grill. Three bay sink faucet is leaking. Replace faucet. Place FRP panel on the wall near the storage closet. Wall has deteriorated.

Stonewall Links, 375 Bulltown Rd., Elverson, June 11. Pass. In the North Course bar, an employee was observed touching cut fruit for drinks with bare hands. All ready-to-eat foods, such as cut fruit, must only be handled with gloved hands or utensils. Employee was advised on location. Cups were being used as scoops throughout the facility. Remove all cups and use scoops with handles, with the hand-contact portion of the handle being stored so it is not touching the food. In the North Course kitchen, food utensils were stored in a container of room-temperature water, rather than water at 135°F or above. Utensils must either be stored on a cleaned and sanitized surface, or in water that is 135°F or above to prevent microbe growth. Utensils were removed to be cleaned during the inspection. In the main kitchen walk in freezer, boxes of foods are stored directly on the floor, rather than 6 inches off the floor as required. Move all foods and food boxes 6 inches off the floor. In the North Course bar hot dog and popcorn area, several of the hot dogs on the rollers were below 135°F, and hot-holding temperatures were not being monitored regularly. Hot dogs were discarded, and employees were advised to check hot dog temperatures at least every hour to ensure hot dogs are being heated to 135°F within 2 hours, and are being hot-held at 135°F or above. In Harry's kitchen, the Avantco glass-front door refrigerator on the left was holding hot dogs at 45°F (discarded) and orange juice at 43°F (moved to another refrigerator), rather than 41°F or below as required. Unit was turned down and the temperature was measured at 41°F by end of inspection. All other foods in unit were non-TCS or employee personal foods. In Harry's kitchen, the prep top closest to the hand sink was at 42.4°F, rather than 41°F or below as required. No foods were measured above 43°F and thus no foods had to be discarded. Temperature of the unit was turned down, and the unit was measured at 33°F by end of inspection. In the main kitchen, the refrigerated drawers underneath the grill were at 47.3°F and 55.7°F, rather than 41°F or below as required. Drawers must be repaired, and no foods can be stored in the drawers until they are holding foods at 41°F or below. In the North Course bar hot dog and popcorn area, the left-side Edgestar mini fridge was at 46.9°F, rather than 41°F or below. Only non-TCS foods (Gatorade and bottle water) are being stored in the unit. Unit must be repaired to hold foods at 41°F or below, and a sign was placed on unit indicating that it is out of order. Thermometers could not be located or were not easily accessible in the following cold-holding units: - Main kitchen, the new glass-front dessert cooler by the ice machine and dry storage area, - Harry's kitchen, the Avantco glass-front door refrigerators, - North Course bar hot dog area, both Edgestar mini fridges Place a thermometer in an easily-visible location in all cold-hold units. In Harry's kitchen and the North Course kitchen, there was no method of measuring the dish surface temperature of dishes cleaned in the high-temp dishwasher, to ensure dish surface temperature is reaching at least 160°F. Within a week, obtain a waterproof maximum temperature registering thermometer or 160°F dishwasher temperature stickers for these dish machines, and advise staff to measure dish surface temperature daily. In the North Course kitchen, the sanitizer bucket was at 200 ppm chlorine, rather than 50-100 ppm chlorine or 200-400 ppm quat. Employees were not using test strips to test sanitizer concentration. Bucket was emptied and refilled with quat sanitizer from the sink. Quat sanitizer concentration was at 200 ppm. The ice chute of the main kitchen ice machine, a food contact surface, was observed to have food residue and was not clean to sight and touch. Clean and sanitize the inside of the ice machine. Wastewater from the North Course ice machine is draining directly to the ground outside, which is not an approved plumbing system. The ice machine must drain to a sewage system with an air gap, rather than outside. In the bar of Harry's kitchen, the bar hand sink was blocked with a hand towel and a cutting board. Towel and cutting board were removed during the inspection. The outside dumpsters at both the main kitchen and the North Course kitchen were left open, which could attract pests. Advise all employees to close dumpsters when they are not in use. Multiple doors leading outside had gaps at the bottom that could let in rodents or other pests. Install a door sweep or other method of sealing gaps to all doors leading outside, to prevent pests from entering. In the main kitchen, the hand sink by the ice machine and dry storage area was not stocked with paper towels. Paper towels were brought to the sink during the inspection. Rodent droppings were found in the following areas: - In Harry's kitchen, in the corner with the soda boxes, - In the North Course kitchen downstairs area near the door leading outside, - In the North Course walk in area, - In the North Course ice machine area. Thoroughly clean all floors of droppings, seal all gaps leading to the outside, and have the pest control company service the facility with extra attention to these areas. In several locations, mops are not being hung or inverted to air dry. Advise employees to hang or invert mops so the mop head can dry. In the main kitchen, a spray bottle of cleaner was not labeled with the name of the contents. Label all containers of cleaning chemicals.

Wadali Flare Catering, 129 Stetson Dr., Elverson, June 11. Pass. The light in the hood was out. Lightbulb was replaced during the inspection.

Wawa #8015/east Marlborough, 901 E. Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square, June 11. Fail. Seal any openings at the coffee brewing counter to prevent leaking onto floor/back counter areas when coffee pots overflow. Clean the following: a. Floor and counter area under the coffee brewing station b. Counter and service lines behind the ICEE machine. Repair the following: a. Men's Toilet Room: The automatic faucet b. Leak at drain of 3-compartment sink. Repair the following: a. Seal the gaps in the wall under the 3-compartment sink where the supply lines are located b. Replace the missing cove base in the trash room. Clean the men's toilet room including the fixtures. Wawa has received a variance from the PA Department of Agriculture (dated 4/30/24) for the frequency of cleaning the coffee pots, however, at this time, the variance is not being followed. The date marking/tracking system not found up to date. Inform/remind employees of proper procedures and comply every day.

West End Fire Co. #3 / Phoenixville, 801 W. Bridge St., Phoenixville, June 11. Pass. *Several containers of dressings in upstairs Avantco 2 door reach in cooler past manufacturers dates. Discard immediately. * A few containers lacking any manufacturers dates at all. Provide. Ice scoop handle touching ice in ice bin behind main bar. Keep handle up and away from food. Package of sliced cheese stored in Lite beer reach in cooler at bar lacking manufacturers date. Provide. Women's upstairs toilet room is not provided with a covered waste receptacle for sanitary napkins.

1365 Cafe Brock @ Ctdi, 1365 Enterprise Dr., West Chester, June 10. Pass. Several containers of strawberries in the walk-in cooler were observed with mold. Containers were discarded during the inspection. Garlic confit, a potentially hazardous ready to eat food requiring date marking, in the 2 door standing cooler in the kitchen, was beyond the date-marking and required discarding. Container was discarded during the inspection. Non-food contact surfaces not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil. Clean the floors/pipes behind the cook line.

Accelerate Skilled Nursing & Rehab Dining Room, 501 Thomas Jones Way, Exton, Follow-up, June 10. Fail. An irreversible registering temperature indicator or thermometer for measuring the utensil surface temperature in the high temperature dishwasher is not available. Obtain and use daily to ensure a dish surface temperature of 160°F or more is achieved in rinse. An example is provided here for reference. http://tinyurl.com/y5qelply. At the time of inspection, the facility was found to be operating without an adequate supply of hot water. Inability to supply water to fixtures at their respective required minimum temperatures constitutes an Imminent Health Hazard as it does not allow for proper hand washing, cleaning, or sanitizing. Pursuant to §8-404.11 of the 2022 FDA Food Code, the facility is required to cease operations until the hot water supply has been restored and the hazard abated. Hot water was returned and measured at the required minimum temperatures during the inspection. Floor drain near mechanical dishwasher observed clogged. Repair. Vulcan steamer at cook line observed leaking. Repair. The food facility does not employee a Chester County Certified Food Manager required. An employee is enrolled in a course. Apply for Chester County Certified Food Manager Certificate once course is completed.

Bluebird Distilling Tasting Room, 100 Bridge St., Phoenixville, June 10. Fail. Ice scoop handle touching ice in ice bin behind main bar. Keep handle up and away from food. The following need further cleaning and sanitizing: * Sinks and sink surrounds throughout facility. * Ceiling vent covers in both public restrooms. * Shelves and surfaces behind main bar. * Interior of small Beverage air reach in cooler behind main bar. * Clean and organize back ware wash room. remove all unused equipment. Food/trash like debris build up on floor, floor edges behind main bar and back ware wash and dry storage rooms. Clean and sanitize. Facility added a permanent frozen drink dispenser to side bar area. Facility must repair hand wash sink behind bar for access. Ensure hand wash sink has hot and cold running water at adequate pressure and 85 degrees F. Provide hand sink with soap/paper towels and a hand wash sign. Designated hand wash sink behind main bar being used as a dump sink. No paper towels, soap or hand wash sing at hand sink. Provide. Unlabeled chemical spray bottles stored on food prep area at bar. Label all containers, stored all chemicals in a separate designated area.

Cheryl's Southern Style @ Ae / Cchd #1003, 208 Carter Dr., Ste 13b West Chester, June 10. Pass. No violations.

Cheryl's Southern Style Llc @ Artisans Exchange, 208 Carter Dr., Ste. 13b, West Chester, June 10. Pass. Prepared/ready to eat foods in refrigerated storage for 24 hours or more must be date labeled with date food was opened/initially prepared and then used within 7 days. Provide date labels.

D Town Market Inc, 145 W. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, June 10. Pass. Five (5) 1/2 Gallons of 2% Milk; Four (4) Gallons of 2% Milk and Two (2) Gallons of Whole Milk were on the sales shelf past their use by date they were all dated 6/9/24. They were removed from the sales shelf on site. Milk cannot be sold past its use by date. Comply everyday.

Johnson's Charcuterie Artistry / Cchd #1456 @ Aefm, 208 Carter Dr., Unit 13b, West Chester, Follow-up, June 10. Pass. No violations.

Johnson's Charcuterie Artistry @ Ae, 208 Carter Dr., West Chester, Follow-up, June 10. Pass. No violations.

Jvb Brothers Co. / Cchd #1453, 2358 Flowing Springs Rd., Chester Springs, Opening, June 10. Pass. No violations.

Jvb Brothers Llc Pickles & Hot Sauce, 2358 Flowing Springs Rd., Spring City, June 10. Pass. The Magic Chef mini fridge needs to be defrosted, and is not keeping foods at 41°F or below on all shelves (34.4°F on the top shelf, 40.4°F on the middle shelf, 46.9°F on the bottom shelf). Per the facility owner, the mini fridge is going to be used for personal foods only, and no foods for the business will be stored in the fridge. Unit was labeled during the inspection.

Kung Fu Tea, 1088 E. Lancaster Ave., Unit E Downingtown, June 10. Fail. The Person in Charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection. No soap would come out of all four (4) hand soap dispensers-2 in kitchen and both toilet rooms. They were filled with soap on site and still would not work. All employees must wash with soap! Staff went to Wegmans next door and bought hand soaps. All food ingredient storage containers must be labeled with the common name of the food. Correct today and comply everyday. Observed boxes of cane sugar and other foods stored directly on the floor in rear Kitchen, rather than 6 inches off of the floor as required. Supply dunnage racks or more shelving within 7 days. Commercially processed ready to eat foods-Spam-chicken tenders-matcha etc located in all refrigerators, and held more than 24 hours, are not being marked with the date it was opened. Correct immediately. Time/Temperature Controlled for Safety (TCS) ready-to-eat food prepared in the food facility and held for more than 24 hours, located in refrigeration, is not being date marked. Correct immediately. Observed an opened can of Hoisin Sauce stored in the 2 door refrigerator. Once cans are opened the food must be placed in a non-corrosive container. You are also making spicy mayo in an Mayo container-these gallons plastic bottles cannot be re-used. Supply different containers to store your spicy mayo in. Correct today. Observed pudding being cooled on top of boxes of cane sugar which were on the floor. Install a stainless steel/commercial grade table for food prep within 7 days. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration. Supply a QT 10 kit within 7 days. Two (2) wooden paddles were not clean to sight and touch. Clean and sanitize immediately. If they will not come clean-replace within 7 days. Clean the following: 1. Entire 3 bay sink. 2. Both hand sinks inside. 3. Food Prep Sink-entire 4. Hood Filters 5. Inside the Under Counter Refrigerator-Front kitchen Correct today. There was no sanitizer on site. The facility was told they would be closed if sanitizer was not provided before the end of my inspection. Owner came and brought Quat sanitizer. Post directions for use above the 3 bay sink. Correct today. You must. Soap was not available at all four (4) hand wash sinks in Kitchen and both toilet rooms. Staff went to Wegmans and bought four (4) dispensers. You must supply soap that works in your wall dispensers within 7 days. Paper towel dispenser missing from front kitchen area hand sink and no paper towels were readily available. A roll of paper towels was found and placed at sink. You must install a paper towel dispenser like the one in the Kitchen within 7 days. Mops are not being hung to air dry. Observed a mop sitting in dirty water in the mop bucket. Correct immediately and comply everyday. An un-opened Terro Liquid Ant Bait container was observed on the shelf of the dry storage shelving. This insecticide is not approved for use in restaurants. It was removed on site. You can only use pesticides from a licensed Pest Control Operator. Comply everyday. Personal employee foods items were found on the top shelf of the 2 door refrigerator in the back kitchen. They must be stored separately and away from restaurant foods. Correct immediately and comply everyday. Food facility operator failed to post an original, valid Chester County Health Department Certified Food Manager in a location conspicuous to the consumer. Deming Yang is certified-valid til 3/28. Post your CFM Certificate within 48 hours.

La Jalisciense Grocery Store, 1490 Baltimore Pike, Toughkenamon, June 10. Pass. Flan and jello must be date marked with either date received or 7 days from date received. Product may only be held for 7 days. Nances are being packaged on site. These items are scooped out of a bucket and placed into bags. This process must be done downstairs near the 2 compartment sink. The scoop/spoon must be washed and sanitized (just like we discussed for coffee pots).

Lord's Pantry Of Downingtown, 141 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, June 10. Pass. No violations.

Penn Brew Station (new Owner), 627-631 W. Baltimore Pike, West Grove, June 10. Fail. Observed 2 containers of partially cooked french fries maintained at room temperature. Internal temperature of the french fries was measured at 54F/67F. The french fries were reportedly partially cooked at 10:30am- observed violation at 1pm. The french fries were discarded during the inspection. Cooked french fries must be maintained at 135F or more or 41F or less. Comply at all times. Hot Holding Unit: Observed internal temperature of meatballs/sauce at 104F-109F. The hot holding unit was not set at the proper temperature where the meatballs/sauce was located. Exact time of removal from temperature control could not be determined therefore the meatballs/sauce were discarded. Ensure proper hot holding at 135F or more at all times. Continental bain marie (in front by window): The ambient temperature of this unit was observed at 35F however salami, turkey and ham held in the top portion of this unit was measured at >41F. These items were discarded during the inspection. It appears the a couple of containers in the top portion of this unit were overstocked because temperatures were observed at 41F or less at the bottom of these food items. Do not overstock containers. Maintain all TCS foods at 41F or less at all times- check internal food temperatures routinely. Ambient temperature was measured at 37F in one of the top containers. Observed cardboard used on counter top refrigerator shelves and a wet cloth used in some top conatiners of the bain marie. Remove all cardboard and cloths from these units. Cardboard and cloths are not durable or easily cleanable and they are absorbent which may promote bacteria growth. Observed ice accumulation on utility piping inside walk-in freezer. In addition, there is a broken PVC utility pipe below the fan unit with a bucket used to capture the condensate. Remove all ice accumulation and make necessary repairs to prevent ice accumulation. Deli slicer, a food contact surface, was observed to have food residue and was not clean to sight and touch. The deli slicer was cleaned and sanitized during this inspection. A review of cleaning and sanitizing procedures for the deli slicer appears satisfactory. Maintain in a clean and sanitary condition at all times. Observed excessive fly activity in the front food preparation areas. Contact your pest control operator to conduct a site assessment to eliminate all fly insect activity. Provide copy of pest control operator service report. Observed working container of degreaser taken from bulk supplies, and not marked with the common name of the chemical. The spray bottle was labeled during the inspection. Ensure all containers used to store toxic materials/chemicals are clearly labeled to identify their contents.

Pennypacker Country Club Snack Bar, 120 Pennypacker Rd., Downingtown, June 10. Pass. Raw burgers were being stored above RTE foods. Make sure raw products are stored below any RTE foods. Employee swapped them immediately. Hood vents were observed to be very dirty. Clean immediately and make sure hood vents are cleaned often. Paper towels were not available at both hand wash sinks upon inspection. Make sure handwash sinks are always supplied with both soap and paper towels.

Rita's Water Ice / Tredyffrin, 1776 E. Lancaster Ave., Unit 1 Paoli, June 10. Pass. No violations.

Sabih @ Camphill Cafe, 1601 Pughtown Rd., Phoenixville, Opening, June 10. Pass. Shelves over the prep sinks were holding employee first aid equipment and medication, which could potentially drop into and contaminate the sinks, which are a food-contact surface. Store all first aid equipment and employee personal items away from food preparation areas.

The Stables Kitchen & Beer Garden, 160 Park Rd., Chester Springs, June 10. Fail. Buttermilk and half and half were past the manufacturer's expiration. Food items were discarded on site. Food facility does not have available chlorine sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration. Order immediately. The wash solution temperature in the mechanical warewash equipment sanitizing with chemicals was 115 °F, rather than not less then 130°F, as required. Use 3 compartment sink until dishwasher has been repaired. Soda gun holders were observed to have residue. Clean and maintain to ensure proper cleanliness. Build up of dirt on the base of the 3-compartment sink drain. Clean and maintain. Upstairs handwash sink next to the office/employee restroom was leaking. Fix to a tight seal. No soap and paper towels at the bar handwash sink. Provide immediately to ensure proper handwash.

White Dog Cafe, 192 E. Welsh Pool Rd., Exton, Opening, June 10. Pass. No violations.

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