Casablanca Cafe, is a popular restaurant in Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale, Florida – According to state records last week, Casablanca Cafe was ordered closed due to a rodent issue.
Below is list of places ordered shut and some of their violations.
ALL the places mentioned were allowed to re-open following an ordered cleanup and re-inspection.
FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH
3049 ALHAMBRA STREET
INSPECTION BASED ON COMPLAINT
ORDERED SHUT 4/21/21
9 VIOLATIONS FOUND
“Rodent activity present as evidenced by rodent droppings found. Observed 6 rodent droppings on rack over dishwashing area where soiled dishes are placed to be washed. Observed 3 rodent dropping on top of dish machine Observed over 20 rodent droppings on shelves where wine bottles are stored at side bar/ server station located off cook line Observed over 30 rodent droppings on shelves in dry storage where packaged foods or stored. Located in room where ice machine, bulk oil and where clean utensils are store.”
“Food stored on floor. Containers of thawing calamari and packaged beef on floor in kitchen. Items moved to shelf in walk in cooler.”
“Time/temperature control for safety food cold held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Walk in cooler: clam chowder (48°F), per cook item was out on cook line then replaced back in walk in cooler. Cook placed chill stick in container. Flip top across from stove top: raw fish (59°F); ravioli (59-60°F) per manager items placed in unit less than 1 hr. Per manager unit was unplugged and plugged back in less than 1 hr. Items moved to walk in to quick chill Expo: smoked salmon (49°F) on expo line in double pan. Item out less than 1.5 hrs. per manager. Remaining salmon placed to quick chill.”
“Soda gun soiled. Exterior of soda gun at server station soiled.”
“Hand wash sink not accessible for employee use due to items stored in the sink. At dishwashing area, metal scrubbers and sanitizer bucket in hand sink. Items were removed and made accessible.”