Here are the restaurant inspections for Wayne County in July


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Health inspectors from Wayne County visited restaurants throughout the county in July, checking to see how restaurants are operating. The inspections are intended to make sure food safety protocols are being followed, keeping diners safe.

Inspections that typically happen every month slowed down in recent months as dining rooms were ordered closed by the state to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected more than 115,000 statewide since first being found in Michigan in March. Dining rooms were allowed to reopen in early June.

Included here is a list of restaurants in several Hometown Life communities that inspectors found priority violations, which are the most serious violations that could lead to foodborne illness. Those communities are Northville, Northville Township, Plymouth, Plymouth Township, Canton Township, Westland, Wayne, Livonia, Garden City and Redford Township. 

Canton

Aji Ten Japanese Restaurant, 42087 Ford Road

1. Tuna (54F), crab (54F), salmon (58F), skinned salmon (54F), avocado (51F), and crab salad (52F) was being held in the 2-door upright cooler near the sushi bar out of proper temperature range at the time of the inspection. Keep all potentially hazardous food items at 41F or below. All items that were out of temperature were discarded at the time of the inspection. Owner stated that food items will be keep in another cooler until the unit is repaired. 

Angie’s Hamburgers, 47417 Michigan Ave.

1. A chemical spray container of Home Defense was being stored under the customer seating counter area on the employee side at the time of the inspection. Use only approved pest control devices for licensed food establishments. The Home Defense was removed from the premises at the time of the inspection. Violation corrected.

Authentikka, 42070 Ford Road

1. There were a few house-prepared items curry sauce, spice sauce, etc. in the 3 door cooler that were out of temperature ranging from 44-49F at the time of the inspection. Keep all potentially hazardous food items at 41F or below. Owners stated that the dishes were brought from the walk-in cooler recently and placed in the 3-door cooler prior to the inspection. The items were placed back into the walk-in cooler or discarded according to the timeframe left out of temperature during the inspection. Food items will be brought to the 3-door cooler closer to the opening time of the establishment when the cooler temperature has decreased to the proper temperature range for maintaining potentially hazardous food items at or below 41F. 

Bambu Cafe, 45152 Ford Road

1. A gallon container of whole milk and Half & Half was being held in the 3-door cooler at 50F at the time of the inspection. Keep all potentially hazardous food items at 41F or below. The egg mix being held in…



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