Editor's Note: The following statements are from Foxborough health inspection reports submitted for the week of Nov. 1. If there are any questions or concerns contact the Foxborough Health Department at (508) 543-1207.
All violations found during in inspection on Oct. 24 were found to be corrected on Oct. 29.
Two critical violations were found during the inspection. Grinder food debris (pork) film were found on grinders (food contact) and radish slicers (foreign material on holder). Chicken bins were located above RTE seafood for sushi. Tuna sheet-pan was covered in saran wrap also had “liquid” from unknown sauce, red in color, possibly salmon according to the inspection. The restaurant was asked to provide better segregation and to segregate RTE seafood for sushi. The tuna was transferred to another container.
The following notes were made:
- No thermometer noted in “Deep Fryer” cooler or coca-cola cooler.
- Pineapple left in tin can, transfer all food out of tin cans. Transferred over at inspection.
- Wastebasket at hand washing sink closed, not accessible without touching lid, removed lid at inspection.
- Pan over food prep area has dust accumulation, maintain regularly.
- Sushi bowl leftover rice, starchy feel from leftover rice, maintain clean (states personnel clean prior to use). “Bottom 3” portion where rice is acidified is clean to touch.
- Sliver, grinder, and radish slicer all not clean to sight, have accumulation of dried food debris. All placed a 3-bay sink to clean.
- 3-Bay not used today, food debris found floating on surface, re-drained at inspection and cleaned.
- Frozen meet on rack not covered, covered at inspection.
- Sushi display case sliding door in disrepair, cracked allowed (provide invoice) for air to seep in, repair. Salmon - 46 degrees. Upper cabinet not ready, placed seafood back under codes. Display went down from 50 degrees to 39 during inspection.
- No Ph calibration logs completed, complete daily.