Three South Mississippi fast-food restaurants and a Chinese buffet were referred to for health violations over the last two weeks. New Panda Palace Buffet at 3290 Promenade Parkway, D’Iberville, was inspected Wednesday, July 17, for an allowed renewal and became located to have five violations, one among which changed into corrected throughout the inspection.
The restaurant became noted for repeat violations for wrong eating, tasting, drinking, or tobacco use; inadequate hand-washing facilities provided and reachable; and food not separated and protected. These identical infractions earned the restaurant a C when it changed into inspected for a permit in 2018.
The restaurant also became cited for food surfaces not being wiped clean and cleaned. Corrected throughout the inspection, changed into right bloodless-keeping temperatures—the nearby Waffle House at 11967 Bobby Eleuterius Blvd. D’Iberville, at the doorway to The Promenade, had a scheduled inspection on Wednesday.
It became mentioned for meals surface cleaned and sanitized, a repeat violation. Corrected all through the inspection had been meals now not separated and guarded, improper cold-maintaining temperatures, and last inspection document not published. The restaurant’s ultimate C was in 2017.
Hardee’s rapid-food restaurant at 2403 U.S. 90, Gautier, was inspected on July three and was mentioned for not having sewage wastewater well disposed of. The restaurant’s only a different C in 10 years changed into in 2015. Krystal Restaurant at 12045 U.S. Forty-nine, Gulfport, changed into inspected on July 11 for a permit renewal.
It gave a C for unsuitable bloodless dealing with temperatures, a repeat offense, and for not having the last inspection allowed posted. Corrected at some stage in the review have been hand-washing centers furnished and available at the side of the right date marking and disposition. The simplest other C for the restaurant in the past nine years changed in July 2018. A scheduled inspection on July 13 confirmed no violations.