by: Romney Smith, Action News Jax Updated:
Hook Fish & Chicken in Palatka was at the top of our list two weeks ago and it is back in that spot on this week's Restaurant Report.
A health inspector reported finding more than 10 rodent droppings, one live fly in the kitchen, and no chlorine test for making sure the chlorine sanitizer is at proper levels. It was temporarily shut down, but met inspection requirements during a follow up.
At the Golden Corral in Orange Park, a health inspector spotted 10 live flies in the kitchen, 13 items with temperature violations including fish, chicken, and mac & cheese, and issued a stop sale on potatoes and peppers with a mold-like growth. A follow up inspection is required.
At the McDonald's on Dunn Avenue, a health inspector saw one fly in the drive-through window, the time marking on the tomatoes was wrong and fixed immediately, and the eggs had a mix of cracked and broken shells with regular intact eggs. All issues were fixed on site so McDonald's met inspection requirements.
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303 I-95 SOUTHBOND, HASTINGS
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