Weekly Restaurant Report 6/1 - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Weekly Restaurant Report 6/1

The latest food inspection reports from the Vanderburgh County health department as submitted to 14 WFIE:

With violations

Taste of China; 4579 University Dr. - 1 critical (container for cooked rice soilded, prep table soilded), 3 non-critical

Two Go's Lincoln's Fast Fills; 1701 Lincoln - 1 critical (no sanitizer solution available for wiping cloths), 3 non-critical

Buehler's IGA; 200 N. Main - 1 non-critical

Shell Food Market; 1601 S. Green River Rd. - 2 non-critical

Toyko Japan; 3000 N. Green River. Rd. - 1 critical (no sanitizing containers for wipe cloths), 4 non-critical

Al Dente; 318 Main St. Ste 100 - 1 critical (using bare hands during salad prep), 1 non-critical

Phillips 66 Xpress Pantry; 2801 Mt. Vernon Ave. - 1 critical (lacking back siphonage device for hose at mop sink)

Sonic; 3433 N. Green River Rd. - 2 non-critical

T-Mini Mart; 2400 Wash Ave - 2 critical (no sanitizing container for wipe cloths, no maintaining grease trap log)

China Express; 1505 S. Governor St - 1 non-critical

Without violations

Sports Den; 701 N. Weinbach 

Taco Bell; 1580 S. Vann

Mojo's Boneyard; 4920 Bellemeade

Champ Food Truck; Farmer's Market

IHOP; 601 N. Burkhardt

Cold Stone Creamery; 6401 E. Lloyd Exp

Get and Go Casseroles; 6840 Logan Dr. Suite A

Market Street Living; 304 Market St

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