Before you order, take a look at how your favorite restaurant fared with health inspectors.
The Hibachi Supreme Buffet on Spring Meadows Drive in Holland is facing 13 violations. Some violations include rice scoops in standing water harboring bacteria, ice building in the freezer, food holding at unsafe temperatures along the buffet, blocked hand sinks, plus raw chicken stored above raw beef, potentially leading to cross contamination.
Little Caesar's Pizza on McCord Road in Holland is focusing on its four violations. Inspectors noted no times marked on log sheets or on racks of unbaked pizzas. Pizzas cannot sit out for more than four hours at room temperature. Also, several areas throughout the kitchen are in need of a deep clean, utensils used are said to be damaged and peeling, and no soap was available in the restrooms.
If you are in the mood for pizza, Mancino's Pizza and Grinders on Centers Drive in Holland may be your spot. The eatery is reporting a clean sweep from area inspectors. No violations were found during the December visit.
In the Toledo area, Kyoto Ka, located on West Central Avenue, received a standard visit from the Lucas County Health Department. Four violations are marked on its report, including crab being held at an improper temperature, along with cooked noodles in packaging thawing at room temperature. Inspectors also found access to the facility's hand sink blocked and towels missing.
Nachos, burritos and quesadillas are tempting the taste buds on LaskeyRroad, especially after inspectors called the Taco Bell clean and well-maintained with no violations to report.
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