Some raw meat, including fish and lamb, was not properly stored, while other meats were not being held at the proper temperatures, the inspector wrote. Containers of flour and white rice were stored uncovered, and two employees were seen cooking with no hair restraints on, the health board said.
The American Deli location will have a chance to improve on its failing score during a follow-up inspection. During two inspections last year, the restaurant received passing scores of 81 and 83.
Jesus Lopez, a manager at the restaurant, said Friday that the staff “already started working on everything.” He said they made several changes and was confident the location would pass its follow-up inspection.
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