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Wichita KS eating places, lodges failed inspections Sept. 4-10

Eight Wichita-area companies had been deemed out of compliance throughout Kansas Division of Agriculture meals and lodging security inspections carried out Sept. 4-10, studies present.

Amongst issues inspectors discovered: staff who did not wash their palms, previous ranch sauce and scorching canine, soiled gear, unlabeled chemical substances, mildew, flies in a container of sauerkraut, and moldy strawberries.

Details about the Sedgwick County companies and their violations, compiled Sept. 16, seems under with a abstract of the issues inspectors famous on their studies. Extra particulars, together with particular violation descriptions, are posted in The Eagle’s searchable database of non-compliant restaurant and resort inspections at

Enterprise homeowners who need to make clear or touch upon inspection outcomes that seem within the listing can contact Eagle reporter Amy Renee Leiker at 316-268-6644 or Feedback can be added to on-line tales. Companies are listed alphabetically on the finish of this text.

Greater than 30 companies surveyed throughout the identical time interval handed their inspections with few or no violations. You’ll be able to see these at

Failing an inspection would not essentially imply a enterprise has to shut; that is uncommon. Most violations are minor and are instantly corrected in entrance of an inspector once they’re discovered.

Companies fall out of compliance with state guidelines once they have too many violations or sure kinds of issues that may enhance the danger of a buyer contracting a food-borne sickness, or when an issue cannot be mounted instantly.

When a enterprise fails, it is often inspected once more inside 10 days.

To complain about circumstances anyplace that serves or sells meals to the general public, e-mail or name 785-564-6767.

Latest out-of-compliance inspections:

Offended Elephant, 111 E. forty seventh St. South in Wichita — Fourteen violations throughout a Sept. 8 inspection listed as its first operational inspection after licensing. Cited over worker who did not wash palms, storing uncooked hen above packages of tortillas in cooler, brisket saved at room temperature, grilled greens and scorching hyperlinks weren’t stored heat sufficient, refrigerated meals together with lettuce and potato salad weren’t stored chilly sufficient, previous ranch sauce, menu lacking details about threat of consuming under-cooked eggs on burgers, no probe-style meals thermometer, soiled containers, dishwasher was out of sanitizer, hand-washing sink was lacking pipe and wasn’t hooked up to wall , no paper towels at sink, chemical bottle wasn’t labeled with contents. Subsequent inspection: Sept. 18.

Yard Kitchen BBQ, 1201 S. Water in Wichita — 4 violations throughout a Sept. 6 inspection that was the enterprise’s first operational inspection after licensing. Cited for not maintaining refrigerated meals together with pasta and rice chilly sufficient, reach-in cooler wasn’t working appropriately resulting in insufficient refrigeration of meals together with meats and aspect dishes, soiled meals slicer, restaurant was utilizing the mistaken sort of bleach for sanitizing a slicer . Subsequent inspection: Sept. 16.

Invoice’s Charcoal Grill, 2957 N. Arkansas in Wichita — Eight violations throughout a Sept. 8 routine inspection. Cited over worker who did not wash palms adequately after dealing with uncooked hamburger patties, thawing fish improperly, worker touched buyer’s meals with naked palms, uncooked steak is saved above container of cooked beans in cooler, refrigerated meals together with sausage and hamburger patties weren’t stored chilly sufficient, beans weren’t labeled with right preparation date, pasta strainer “is dirty with a greasy black substance.” Subsequent inspection: Sept. 18.

Nook Market, 230 S. Baltimore in Derby — Eleven violations throughout a Sept. 7 routine inspection. Cited for useless flies in container of sauerkraut, uncooked eggs saved above chocolate milk in cooler, gravy wasn’t chilly sufficient in fridge, previous scorching canine and breakfast sausage, baked items together with biscuits and cookies weren’t labeled with ingredient or allergen info, scorching canine and curler grill gadgets saved in plastic T-shirt-style luggage as an alternative of food-grade containers, mildew spots on ice bin baffle, corroded and leaky soda carbonater, damaged cleaning soap dispenser. Subsequent inspection: Sept. 17.

The Golden Hen, 128 W. twenty first St. in Wichita — 5 violations throughout a Sept. 6 inspection that was listed as a follow-up to an administrative order. Cited for refrigerated gadgets together with steak and cheese that weren’t chilly sufficient, soiled vegetable dicer, door to constructing the place meals is ready was propped open the place pests may get in, flies round dishes and meals areas, useless flies in windowsills and on storage cabinets . Subsequent inspection: Oct. 6.

Logan’s Roadhouse, 2424 N. Maize Highway in Wichita — 9 violations throughout a Sept. 7 joint inspection. Cited over incorrect date label on sliced ​​deli turkey, soiled meat slicer, plumbing concern, unlabeled chemical bottles, fish thawed improperly, moldy strawberries, uncooked shrimp saved above meatloaf in cooler, downside with the place knife was saved, white gravy wasn’t stored scorching sufficient, refrigerated meals together with bitter cream and tomatoes weren’t stored chilly sufficient. Subsequent inspection: Sept. 17.

Riverside Cafe West, 9125 W. Central in Wichita — Twelve violations throughout a Sept. 7 inspection prompted by a criticism. Cited for not maintaining refrigerated meals together with uncooked and cooked meats chilly sufficient, no client advisory posted about burgers which are cooked to order, no take a look at strips for measuring energy of sanitizer, water not scorching sufficient at sink, “accumulation of grease and dirt on the wire racks above fryer and grill,” no water stress at hand-washing sink, pitcher saved in sink, unfinished wall, no cleaning soap or paper towels at hand-washing sink, water swimming pools in lacking parts of flooring, grease and dirt construct up on kitchen flooring. Subsequent inspection: Sept. 17.

Wendy’s, 6404 W. Kellogg Drive in Wichita — 4 violations throughout a Sept. 6 inspection prompted by a criticism. Cited for nacho and liquid beer cheeses that weren’t stored scorching sufficient, refrigerated meals together with tomatoes and cheeses weren’t chilly sufficient, lacking label on cheese, chemical bottle wasn’t labeled. Subsequent inspection: Sept. 16.

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Amy Renee Leiker has been reporting for The Wichita Eagle since 2010. She covers crime, courts and breaking information and updates the newspaper’s on-line databases. She’s a mother of three and likes to learn in her non-work time. Attain her from ella at 316-268-6644 or at


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