Local public health departments regularly inspect businesses serving food to ensure restaurants and other food retail outlets are following safe food handling procedures. Local laws regulate how frequently these inspections take place, and what specific items the inspectors look for, but, in general, environmental health inspectors check that safeguards are in place to protect food from contamination by food handlers, cross-contamination, and contamination from other sources in the restaurant.
Some examples include ensuring employees regularly wash their hands in a sink equipped with soap, hot water and paper towels; utensils and surfaces that contact raw meat are not used to prepare ready-to-eat foods; and that rodents and other pests are not present.
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Most of us desi indians are ignorant of the quality of our own restaurants. With growing number of food poison and bad quality of Indian restaurants it is advisable for us to make a note and demand for excellence thus improving over all quality. Some of the indian restaurants in plano rank very poorly in these inspections
desidallas.com list of Indian restaurant Plano Texas.
AROMA INDIAN CUISINE
BASERA INDIAN CUISINE BIRYANI & GRILL
BAWARCHI BIRYANI POINT
CAFE BAHAR INDIAN CUISINE
HAJI FOOD INC
IRAVAT INDIAS BISTRO
MAHARAJA INDIAN RESTAURANT
MK GANDHIS MALGUDI GARDEN
MUMTAZ INDIAN RESTAURANT
NANDHINI INDIAN RESTAURANT
RICE N ROTI
ROYAL SWEETS AND FAST FOOD
TAJ CHAAT HOUSE
TASTE OF CHETTINAAD
Plano policy for these inspections are as follows:
Inspection & Scoring
Routine inspections are unannounced and performed at regular intervals throughout the year based on risk category. Risk levels include low, moderate and high risk with routine inspections conducted two, three or four times a year depending on the establishment’s risk level.
Establishment scoring is based on specific violation values assigned to each violation. There are two violation types:
- Noncritical violations
Critical violations are improper practices and actions that directly contribute to food contamination and temperature abuse that may pose an immediate risk to public health resulting in a foodborne illness or injury. Critical violations must be corrected immediately or as directed by the Environmental Health Department.
Noncritical violations are unacceptable practices that normally relate to the physical condition of an establishment including equipment, cleaning and storage. Noncritical violations must be corrected before the next routine inspection or as directed by the Environmental Health Department.
Restaurant scores range from a letter grade of an “A” to “F”. Receiving a grade of “F” will result in immediate closure of the establishment.
If you have any questions or comments, contact the Plano Environmental Health Department at 972-941-7143.