16 violations Sang-hi Restaurant in North Wales; Splash guard of ice machine unclean, Chemical dish machine on first floor not producing proper solution of sanitizing agent

16 violations Sang-hi Restaurant in North Wales; Splash guard of ice machine unclean, Chemical dish machine on first floor not producing proper solution of sanitizing agent

North Wales, PA

Sang-hi Restaurant

1222 Welsh RD
North Wales, PA 19454

The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services Office of Public Health (MCOPH) conducted an unannounced retail food inspection on 8/17/2020. As a result of that inspection, and due to the severity of the specific violations the Sang-hi Restaurant was cited as being, “Out of Compliance” with Pennsylvania’s food safety regulations. During this inspection a total of 16 violations were found and include one or more violations determined to be food borne illness risk factors.

The inspector made the following comments in support of the violations found during the inspection:

  • MCOPH Certified Food Sanitation Manager Certificate not posted at time of inspection. COS
  • Lacking single service towels for hand sink in employee restroom. COS
  • Faucet loose on hand sink in employee restroom.
  • Raw tuna stored over ready-to-eat food in prep unit. COS
  • Multiple cutting boards with heavy discoloration. COS
  • Splash guard of ice machine unclean. Clean and sanitize according to owner’s manual.
  • Facility has two high-temperature dish machines in kitchen. One machine out-of-service at time of inspection. Other peaked at 134F. Facility may not use either machine until final rinse temperature measures between 180F and 194F.
  • Chemical dish machine on first floor not producing proper solution of sanitizing agent. Facility may not use until rinse solution measures between 50ppm and 100ppm chlorine.
  • Food items in prep unit observed with an internal temperature greater that 41F. Facility voluntarily discarded stewed tomatoes measuring 48F. Cauliflower mash measuring 43F and horseradish sauce measuring 44F were removed to walk-in cooler. COS
  • Light and airspace at bottom/side of rear door. (allows access for vermin)
  • Dry goods stored in open original bags throughout facility. COS
  • Containers of food stored on floor in bakery. COS
  • Wet wiping cloths not stored in a sanitizing solution throughout the facility. COS. Repeat
  • Bowl/cup used as scoop stored obtain dry goods. COS
  • Condensation from 2-door retail beverage cooler on 1st floor leaking and accumulating on floor.
  • Leak from drain at hand sink next to cooks line. Facility repaired during inspection. COS