It's tee time and tea time in this week's NBC12 Restaurant Report. Restaurant's range from a golf club to a tea room.
Country clubs are usually known for excellent food and service. The Lake Chesdin Golf Club, 21801 Lake Chesdin Parkway in Chesterfield, had an off day when it had 7 critical violations on a health inspection. The report says utensils, equipment and the hot dog warmer were not being sanitized. The food and beverage manager told us they bought a new dish washing machine and updated procedures to make sure foods are cooled properly and dated properly. All violations were corrected.
The Hardee's at 4841 South Laburnum Avenue in Henrico had 5 critical violations. The report says the kitchen needed to be cleaned better and some chicken breasts were not cooked to the required temperature. They were re-cooked and violations were corrected. Hardee's corporate office did not respond to our email.
The cafeteria in the Adult Career Development Center at 119 West Leigh Street had 5 critical violations. Milk on the serving line was not cold enough, and the report said the cafeteria's permit was expired due to non-payment.
The Richmond Public School District sent us a statement saying:
"The cafeteria at the Adult Career and Development Center (ACDC) is not used to prepare food for students. Meals are prepared at another facility and are brought over to the school to serve Head Start students and a small subset of ACDC students. Although the kitchen is not being used for student meal preparation, the school has implemented corrective actions to address and fix the violations noted.
"Traditionally, the district's schools are exempt from paying a health inspection permit fee. This should include ACDC. School officials have been in contact with the Health Department to ensure the proper classification of ACDC for exempt status going forward."