6 On Your Side reporter Don Dare reports on the latest restaurant inspections by the Knox County Health Department every Thursday on 6 News at 6:00.
Each week, 6 On Your Side reporter Don Dare checks the latest restaurant inspections by the Knox County Health Department. Find out which restaurants flunked and which are the cleanest every ThursdayMore >>
An employee was seen changing gloves without first washing her hands.
There was an unlabeled chemical spray bottle. It needed to be labeled to prevent any surprises.
There was no hot water in the big three-compartment sink where pots and pans are cleaned.
A knife and food scraper were found stored in a sink by the grill. That's where employees are supposed to wash their hands.
Finally, out on the patio, the inspector could not find the dog spill kit. In it are supposed to be gloves, bags, paper towels, and a sanitizer solution so customers can clean up after their dog is there is an accident.
Hot Diggity Dog, hot dog cart operated by Amanda Leinart - Grade: 100
The TK Café, 10415 Parkside Drive - Grade: 98
Frussie's Deli, 133 Moody Avenue - Grade: 97
Mimi's Cafe, 10945 Parkside Drive - Grade: 96
Taco Bell, 8516 Walbrook Drive - Grade: 95
Papa John's, 10820 Kingston Pike - Grade: 95
Armstrong's Grill, 3307 John Sevier Highway - Grade: 95
Quizno's, 7220 Chapman Highway - Grade: 94
We've said this before - a restaurant's health inspection report is supposed to be posted in a location where you can read it.