Hai Hai also had problems keeping foods at the correct temperatures, including batches of rice made the night before being too warm.
The inspector recommended making smaller batches of food to avoid issues.
Yao said they are going to add some cooling equipment and have training sessions for employees on food safety.
“With strong teamwork, we are confident we are going to serve our community better,” she said.
The restaurant scored a 91/A on its March inspection and a 76/C on its February health check, with issues both times regarding food made the night before at unsafe temperatures.
Follow-up inspections are usually done within 10 days of the original evaluation.
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