Business Name: Score out of 100
Carlin C-Store/Build A Burger: 93
Tomatoes on the ice in the preparation line had a temperature of 49 F. The operator voluntarily discarded them and resupplied the line. Temperature logs for chili recorded hot-holding temperature below 135 F for an entire day. Potentially hazardous hot-held foods should be served or discarded within four hours of the temperature falling. There was no wiping bucket set up at the start of the inspection and dry cloths were observed on the counters. Provide hand wash signs at all hand washing sinks.
McDonald's Elko No. 17971 Mountain City Highway: 95
Thermometers were not provided in refrigeration units in a conspicuous location. Do not store sanitizer buckets on the floor or the ice scoop on the machine top. Pay attention to the floor sinks under the equipment and counters and hard-to-reach areas.
McDonald's Elko No. 4438 Idaho St.: 91
Raw eggs were stored above and around pasturized egg product. The operator reorganized it. Clean shelves of the reach-in refrigerator units. The seal around the kitchen hand sink needs to be repaired. The eyewash station should be replaced with a commercial unit, properly attached to the wall and sealed to prevent water damage to fixtures. Pay attention to the floor sinks under counters and other equipment. The grease trap in the basement should be inspected and evaluated by a professional. There was a mild sewer odor present at the time of the inspection. It may be redundant with the grease trap on the main level under the three-compartment sink. When the establishment remodels, and exterior grease interceptor will be required. The drain line for the blender sanitizer should be shortened to at least 1 inch above the floor grade to prevent back siphonage. The grout of the quarry tile in the kitchen is deteriorating and there are many damaged tiles in the basement. Base coving in the basement is missing and there are damaged or missing tiles in the kitchen area. Pay attention to out-of-the-way areas and in the walk-in units when cleaning.
Great Wall Express: 88
Raw shell eggs were stored above ready-to-eat-bamboo shoots and pineapple. The operator reorganized it. Multiple containers of food were exposed in the walk-in refrigerator and kitchen. Cover food to protect it from contamination unless it is being accessed for cooking or serving. Raw meat was found stored on the floor of the walk-in refrigerator. Do not store any food items on the floor. The operator stores the rice scoop in stagnant ice water near the rice warmer. The water is changed regularly, but the scoop should be stored dry and cleaned regularly or stored in a sanitizer solution. Scoops in the bulk dry-goods containers should be cleaned more frequently. Do not line the shelves with wood or other absorbent surfaces. The porous nature of the plywood boards does not allow for proper sanitizing. Floor sinks under the counters and equipment must still be regularly cleaned. Shorten the drain lines from the soda machine. The checkline for the carbonator had a noticeable amount of water in the line. Base coving in the restrooms does not seal at the floor juncture. Areas under equipment, particularly the corner of the fryer, need more frequent cleaning. There is damage to the wall in several places in the men's restroom and discoloration of wall fiber. Dumpsters do not have lids.