Maricopa County inspectors perform restaurant inspections on food establishments and log violations. Video is courtesy of Maricopa County.
Get details on restaurants cited by Maricopa County inspectors for four or more priority violations the week of July 24.
A priority violation is a major violation that directly contributes to increasing the risk of food-borne illness or injury. If listed in the reports, remedies implemented during inspections are included.
And see a sampling of the many restaurants graded as an A for no violations.
Salsitas, 36 W. Southern Ave., Phoenix.
- Pork found with mold. Discarded.
- Beans held at improper temperature. Discarded.
- Melted nacho cheese held at improper temperature. Reheated.
- Cooked pork stomachs and queso fresco expired. Discarded.
- Chlorine sanitizer in 3 compartment sink over 200 ppm. Employee diluted solution.
Akita Sushi, 9011 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale.
- Raw pork stored over vegetables. Items rearranged.
- Cooked chicken skewers held at improper temperature. Discarded.
- Eel held at improper temperature. Reheated.
- Scallops held at improper temperature. Moved to cooler.
- Dumplings stored in grocery bags.
DeSoto Central Market, 915 N. Central Ave., Phoenix.
- Employee cut limes with bare hands. Limes discarded.
- Raw eggs stored above salad greens in cooler. Raw shrimp stored above miso soup. Raw foods moved.
- Chlorine sanitizer in dishwasher below proper concentration. Owner primed machine and sanitizer returned to proper concentration.
- Tomatoes and cheese held at improper temperature. Discarded.
- Pickled onions and pickled coleslaw expired. Discarded.
Mandi House, 1639 E. Apache…
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