Restaurant Inspections – December 14

The Hancock County Health Department inspects restaurants four times annually, and violations are labeled “C” for critical, “NC” for noncritical and “R” for repeated violations. The following inspections are based on information obtained from Retail Food Inspection Reports.

Nov. 14


Location: 2290 N. County Road 600W, Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations: C – employee observed coming from back of kitchen by three-compartment sink with gloves on pulling up pants and about to go onto food prep line, corrected; NC – clean floors in corners and crevices under equipment where food debris has accumulated, to be corrected by Feb. 2; C – on food where time is used as the public health control, food must be marked with time food is put out, corrected.

Nov. 21


Location: 1505 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations: C – employees need to wash hands properly before beginning food service, wash hands with soap and dry with paper towel, corrected (continually train employees); C – need to wash hands, change gloves when switching between raw meats and touching handles of cooking equipment and utensils, also in preparing ready to eat food and touching handles of refrigerators or other surfaces not cleaned every four hours; C – soiled knives stored with clean knives, soiled knives stored in wood block, do not use wood block to store knives, food contact surfaces need to be washed, rinsed and sanitized, including equipment use by sushi chef and hibachi grill chef, need more training of employees.