York restaurant inspections: 4 establ...

York restaurant inspections: 4 establishments out of compliance

There are 8 comments on the York Dispatch story from Mar 5, 2011, titled York restaurant inspections: 4 establishments out of compliance. In it, York Dispatch reports that:

State and local inspectors visit food-serving establishments once per year to ensure places that serve food are following safety guidelines, such as storing food at the proper temperature and keeping food preparation areas clean.

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Realist

York, PA

#1 Mar 6, 2011
You can look up any food establishment's reports at https://www.pafoodsafety.state.pa.us/web/insp...

Educate yourself before you head out to your favorite restaurant, or you may come home with something more than you paid for.
REALLY

United States

#2 Mar 7, 2011
Why don't you have any York City results...Sean Atkins from York Daily Record has more detailed stories with scores for the York City area
Mr Final Word

Stewartstown, PA

#3 Mar 7, 2011
"serving undercooked food to the customer's request without providing a written risk advisory". Isn't it amazing? If I want a steak cooked rare, the restaurant must advise me IN WRITING of the hazards. Yes, we are TRULY the land of the FREE and the home of the brave. Really?
Paladin

Saint Cloud, FL

#4 Mar 7, 2011
Mr Final Word wrote:
"serving undercooked food to the customer's request without providing a written risk advisory". Isn't it amazing? If I want a steak cooked rare, the restaurant must advise me IN WRITING of the hazards. Yes, we are TRULY the land of the FREE and the home of the brave. Really?
Agree, in many restaurants, in a number of States have the seafood and "under cooked" warnings printed in thier menu. Not sure if PA would agree to this simple fix.
REALLY

United States

#5 Mar 7, 2011
Its required to have consumer warning for undercooked meats on menu or posted in restaurant if not that is the violation. Check Pa Food Code
Food Dr

York, PA

#6 Mar 7, 2011
Paladin wrote:
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Agree, in many restaurants, in a number of States have the seafood and "under cooked" warnings printed in thier menu. Not sure if PA would agree to this simple fix.
It is required to be printed on menues in Pa. If there are no printed menues they still must post.
Gurtie

East Berlin, PA

#7 Mar 7, 2011
Hot coffee anyone?
The Daily Record

York, PA

#8 Mar 8, 2011
1. the Dollar General Store in Shrewsbury passed; thus, if you failed - you're pathetic
2. The "heavy pink slimy substance" sounds like a real crowd pleaser!

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