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Restaurant Inspections: Mall Restaurants Inspected

Check out this roundup of reports on how restaurants fair on health inspections.

Patch examined inspection reports in Mehlville, Oakville and Affton from Mar. 22 until Mar. 27. Information has been compiled using publicly available data published to the website of the St. Louis County Health Department

Restaurants are rated on a scale of A to C, with A being the best. Inspectors also give a score indicating the percentage of compliance with inspection standards. 

Unless otherwise noted, all inspections were conducted on a routine basis.

Completely Sauced, 4562 Lemay Ferry Road
Inspection date: March 22
Grade: A (100)
Comments: Hepatitis A records need to be on file within the next 30 days.

Bento Sushi Bar, 5640 Telegraph Road
Inspection Date: March 26
Grade: A (96)
Comments: This inspection was the result of a follow-up from March 16. Hepatitis A records were incomplete and no one with a food protection certificate was present. On March 26, Hepatitis A information was still missing.

, 570 South County Center Way
Inspection Date: March 26
Grade: A (91)
Comments: This inspection was the result of a follow-up from March 14 where no one had food protection certification, there were no paper towels at the hand sink, chemicals were not stored properly, the plastic food containers were cracked and the establishment was missing Hepatitis A information. The items still need to be corrected.
 

, 5627 Telegraph Road
Inspection date: March 26
Grade: A (100)
Comments: This visit was the result of a follow-up from March 16 where there was incomplete Hepatitis A information, missing thermometers, kitchen sink build-up and debris on the floors.  All items were corrected.

Krispy Crunchy Chicken, 10 South County Center Way
Inspection date: March 26
Grade: A (97)
Comments: This visit was the result of a follow-up from March 15. At that inspection, no one had food protection certification, spray bottles were mislabeled, Hepatitis A information was missing and food was not stored 6 inches above the ground. The restaurant also had dirty shelving. At the March 26 visit, rice pans, a missing cover base and a light shield in the freezer still needed to be replaced.

Sbarro’s Italian Eatery, 405 South County Center Way
Inspection date: March 26
Grade: A (98)
Comments: This visit was the result of a follow-up from March 15 where the cold hold table was not maintaining a temperature below 41 degrees. There were lost records, including Hepatitis A information and the moist cloth on the counter needed to be stored in sanitizer. The manager took a sanitation certificate class on March 21.

, 85 South County Center Way
Inspection date: March 27
Grade: A (99)
Comments: Debris on the shelving under prep tables and in refrigeration needs to be cleaned.
 

Lucky China, 4038 Butler Hill Road
Inspection date: March 27
Grade: A (99)
Comments: Egg rolls that were being held at 89 degrees need to be held either above 135 degrees or below 41 degrees.

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