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Monday, November 29, 2021

Rodents, mold, unsafe food temperatures: Restaurants closed in San Bernardino County, inspected, November 12-18

There are restaurants and other food facilities that were temporarily closed by San Bernardino County health inspectors between November 12 and 18, 2021 due to imminent health hazards. If no reopening date is mentioned, the agency did not list that facility as reopening. Publication.

el polo loco, 4200 Chino Hills Parkway Suite 210, Chino Hills

  • closed: Nov 15
  • Grade: Not graded (most recent was 90/A on 12 October)
  • reason: Infection of rodents. The first visit was made by an inspector on 2 November in response to a complaint about rodents. The manager knew they had a problem and agreed to close. The inspector also noticed that liquid waste was flowing on the floor from the ice machine drainpipe. The restaurant called Pest Control, which caught some of the rats in the roof, and fixed the plumbing, so the restaurant was allowed to reopen the next day. But during a November 15 follow-up, inspectors found dozens of fresh droppings, including boxes of soda syrup and a box of take-out cups sealed under the grill. The person in charge said that pest control was still coming every few days and they had recently caught another rat.
  • Reopened: On 16 November when pest control caught four more rodents, a hole in the exterior wall was sealed and the facility cleared. The restaurant planned to have pest control service daily for the next week.

note closure inspection

Here are select inspections of facilities that weren’t closed, but had other significant problems.

Bloomington Market, 18484 at Valley Blvd. In Bloomington, inspected on November 17 and received a grade of 80/B with two serious violations. Related to a food being in good condition: The inspector found six severely jagged cans of food for sale and a massive accumulation of mold and slime in the ice machine, which was contaminating the ice. Another related to the non-cleaning of food-contact surfaces: There was mud and mold inside the soda nozzle, and the owner incorrectly thought that dishes and other surfaces should not be cleaned. In nine other breaches, there was a large amount of rodent feces on the floor of a storage area; The owner said the facility had a problem a while back and addressed it, but the area was not cleaned.

carnitas quirogaSuite 102 in Fontana, at 16110 Ceres Avenue, was inspected on 16 November and received a grade of 80/B with a serious violation. The employees were using latex gloves, which are banned in California restaurants. In nine other breaches, containers of carnitas, cheese and fried chicken tortillas were at unsafe temperatures and the ice machine had black mold (not touching the ice).

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Chili’s Grill and BurrowThe inspection was carried out on November 12, in Fontana, at 15252 Summit Avenue, in response to a complaint that the cooks were not washing their hands. It received a grade of 76/C with four serious violations. One employee did not wash his hands. The high temperature dishwasher did not have enough hot water and was not dispensing sanitizer. and two serious violations related to food at unsafe temperatures in a walk-in refrigerator and another cooler. In four other violations, there was no soap in the bar sink and 19 employees did not have the required food-handler cards.

last week’s updates

NS Panda Express 745 AD Hospitality Lane Suite A in San Bernardino, which was closed on November 10 due to a cockroach infestation, was allowed to reopen on November 12 on condition of receiving a follow-up in three days because the inspector was given a A dying nymph was found under the oven. When the inspector returned on November 15, the restaurant was closed for a deep cleaning and there was no sign of cockroaches.

programming notice

This list will take a week off for Thanksgiving next week. Any closure will be reported in next week’s list.

about this list

The list is published online on Friday. Any updates on the reopening of restaurants will be included in next week’s list.

All food facilities in the county are inspected regularly to ensure they meet health codes. A facility loses four points for each serious violation and one to three points for a minor infringement. A grade (90 to 100 points) is considered “generally better”, a B grade (80 to 89) is considered “generally acceptable” and a C grade (70 to 79) is considered “generally unacceptable”. considered and requires follow-up inspection. , If a feature’s score is less than 70 or there is a serious violation that cannot be corrected immediately, it will be temporarily closed.

For more information about inspecting these or any restaurants in San Bernardino County, visit www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/FacilityList/food. To file a health complaint, visit www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/StaticComplaint or call 800-442-2283.

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