According to Sean Adkins of the York Daily Record, last month, a Pennsylvania health inspector dished out a score of 44 to Shiloh Family Restaurant in West Manchester Township for violations ranging from standing water in two areas of the basement to food-service personnel who did not don hair restraints.
The inspector spotted 26 critical violations during the June 8 health review, including a black substance on the ice machine deflector plate and lid, according to the inspection report.
Regardless of the score, the health inspector determines whether a business passes or fails its health review.
Violations such as the discovery of rodents or insects, or no hot water will cost a business points.
The following is a list of other businesses’ scores, reasons for review and whether the operation passed on first inspection or a follow-up inspection:
On June 20, Alexander’s Family Restaurant at 840 Carlisle Road in West Manchester Township scored 100 on its follow-up inspection. Workers who touched ready-to-eat foods with their bare hands and standing water in the basement contributed to a score of 72 during the restaurant’s June 8 initial inspection. Inspector Jerry L. Heisey.
The Pizza Hut at 2410 Mount Rose Ave. in Springettsbury Township scored 100 on its June 16 follow-up inspection and reopened for business. One day earlier, the restaurant voluntarily shut its doors after a water line to the soda filter ruptured, flooding a section of the business. The inspector found a mold-like accumulation on the ceiling of the walk-in cooler. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey/Peter A. Economos.
The Outdoor Snack Bar at 1157 Detwiler Drive in Manchester Township received a score of 100 on its June 27 follow-up inspection. The business lost two points for a black mold-type substance found on the inside of the beer tap spout during its June 13 initial inspection. The initial review resulted in a score of 66. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.
Cindy’s Restaurant at 201 Memory Lane in Springettsbury Township scored 99 on its June 20 health inspection. Inspector Jerry L. Heisey.
On June 22, All In The Family at 3597 E. Market St. in Springettsbury Township received a score of 98 on its routine health inspection. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.
George’s Pizza at 1835 S. Queen St. in Spring Garden Township lost points on its June 22 routine health inspection to food handlers who did not wear hair nets and for old food debris found on the can opener. That inspection resulted in a score of 93. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.
The Village Green Family Restaurant at 2300 E. Market St. in Springettsbury Township scored 90 on its June 23 health inspection. Some static dust on the fan guard cover located inside the walk-in refrigeration unit cost the business two points on its inspection. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.
Big Apple Bagels at 1021 Haines Road in Springettsbury Township scored 86 on its June 23 health inspection. The inspector found “numerous rodent-type droppings behind the desk in the back room,” according to the report. That violation cost the business four points. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.
On June 23, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet at 1081 Haines Road in Springettsbury Township received a score of 100 on its routine food safety inspection. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.
Thirsty’s Quick Stop at 2914 E. Market St. in Springettsbury Township scored a 97 on its June 23 health inspection. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.
On June 23, Aloha Snow at 3410F E. Market St. received a score of 98 on its routine food safety inspection. Inspector: Jerry L. Heisey.