Restaurant inspections – March 15, 2017

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In an effort to protect public health, the New River Health District’s Food Sanitation Program provides foodservice inspections of restaurants, caterers, school cafeterias, daycares, and festival and fair food vendors.

Any inspection report is a “snap-shot” of the day and time of the inspection. On any given day, a restaurant could have fewer or more violations than noted in the report. An inspection conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall, long-term cleanliness of an establishment.

Violations are usually classified as either critical, posing a direct or immediate threat to the safety of the food being served, or non-critical, representing a failure of cleaning or maintenance.

Only critical violations are listed here.

—Va. Department of Health


Feb. 14

India Garden, 210-D Prices Fork Road, Blacksburg, no critical violations found

Taco Bell, 7369 Pepper’s Ferry Road, Fairlawn, no critical violations found

Feb. 15

Chick-Fil-A, 2200 North Franklin St., Christiansburg, no critical violations found

Steer House Restaurant, 934 East Main St., Pulaski, no critical violations found

Feb. 16

Subway, 805 E. Main St., Floyd, no critical violations found

Feb. 17

Hunan King Chinese, 801 University City Blvd. Suite 3, Blacksburg, no critical violations found

China Inn, 403 Draper Road, Blacksburg, no critical violations found

The Best of Blacksburg, 860 University City Blvd. Suite 107, Blacksburg, no critical violations found

Mountain View Italian Kitchen, 3199 North Fork Road, Elliston, no critical violations found

Ray’s Restaurant, 1041 Floyd Highway North, Floyd, no critical violations found

Wendy’s, 2330 Roanoke St., Christiansburg, no critical violations found

The Summit Restaurant, 95 College St., Christiansburg, no critical violations found

Feb. 20

Hunan House, 2100 Roanoke St., Christiansburg, no critical violations found