INSPECTION: "Raw Animal Food" Found In Prime Seven, The Seven Bridges Restaurant

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Prime Seven, the restaurant at the GL Homes community of “Seven Bridges” in Delray passed its May 30th inspection, but not without three high priority violations —  and one intermediate violation — being filed by Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
According to the inspection, the restaurant was in violation of 08A-02-5, “High Priority, Raw animal food stored over or with ready-to-eat food in walk-in freezer — not all products commercially packaged. Observed raw fish over waffles in walk-in freezer.”
Another violation, 038-02-4 “High Priority, potentially hazardous food cold held at greater than 41 degrees F. Observed oil and garlic and butter chips on counter at 73 degrees overnight. See “stop sale.”
Related: 01B-02-4 “High Priority – Stop Sale issued on potentially hazardous food due to temperature abuse. Observed butter chips and oil and garlic at 73 degrees on counter overnight.”
An intermediate violation: “Slicer blade guard soiled with old food debris.”
The inspection should not have come as a surprise. The restaurant received a “Follow up inspection required” when inspectors visited on February 16th.
Despite the current issues, the restaurant did receive a license renewal that lasts until December 1, 2018.

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