WEST BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Chili’s on 441 near Palmetto Park in Boca Raton did, in fact, pass its latest health inspection performed by Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation. It’s an accomplishment that many area restaurants, even restaurants in new HOA communities, find difficult.
But… from food caked on the walls of microwaves, to a “heavy accumulation of black substance” in an oven, to “lime scale build-up inside ice machine” and “soda gun holster with accumulated slime/debris,” you may want to read what inspectors found and consider whether or not that meal at Chili’s seems like a great idea.
But just to be legally clear: Florida did “pass” Chili’s, despite the somewhat disturbing results that you see below.
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