Restaurants that can’t demonstrate food safety get ‘F’s’
DENVER — The FOX31 Problem Solvers dig deep each week to see how metro Denver restaurants are doing on their health inspections.
The Englewood restaurant failed the report card with 10 critical health code violations. The mistakes in April included:
Staff could not demonstrate food safety
Employee used spoon to eat then used spoon on cook line
Worker handled dirty dishes then cleaned dishes without washing hands
Grease and food debris
“None of the alleged violations had anything to do with food safety or the safety of our customers,” owner Alex Kallas said in a statement. “The safety of our customers is our primary concern. Everything was ‘corrected’ before the inspector left. Any one of our customers is welcome into the kitchen at any time.”