Boca Raton’s original creperie cited by health inspector

THE ORANGES HAVE NOT been washed before being squeezed in the juicer.

Four “high priority” violations during the inspection in early April.

The Original Pancake House in Boca Raton was cited by the Florida Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – It was not ordered to close, but a Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation inspector was so concerned about what was allegedly found at the Original Pancake House at 8903 Glades Road an almost immediate follow-up inspection was ordered.

The April 4 inspection revealed the following infractions. Per BocaNewsNow.com policy, we publish these violations as written and filed with the State of Florida, without modification.

HIGH PRIORITY – Time/temperature control for safety food cold maintained above 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Observed delivery of individual creamers 47°F (labeled refrigeration required) stored in a non-functional cooler. The manager says they were received this morning 2 hours ago. The director has moved into the cold room. Ham (47°F – Cold Hold), Turkey 47°F, Cheese 47°F, Prep Cooler Manager declared less than 3 hours. Ambient temperature in cooler 47°F Manager placed all items on ice. The service technician worked on the chiller during the inspection. **Corrective Action Taken** **Warning**

High Priority – Time/temperature control for reheated safety foods for keeping warm not reaching 165 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 seconds in 2 hours. Observed Reheated Spanish Sauce Keeping Hot on the 133°F Stovetop, for Less Than 2 Hours. Cook reheated sauce to 193°F for hot hold. **Field Corrected** **Field Corrected** **Warning**

High Priority – Time/temperature control for safety foods, other than whole meat roasts, kept hot below 135 degrees Fahrenheit. Clarified butter 125°F for 1.5 hours, the manager said. Cook the clarified butter heated to 165°F. **Fixed Correct** **Repeat Violation** **Warning**

High Priority – 3 Shell Eggs used or stored with cracks or broken shells. Located in the cold room. See stop sale. **Warning**

Basic – Wiping cloth disinfectant solution stored on the floor at the cooking line. Double bucket operator. **Field Corrected** **Warning**

Basic – The quaternary ammonium compound sanitizing solution for wiping cloth does not have the appropriate minimum concentration of 0 ppm on the cookline. The operator implemented a fresh solution at 200 ppm. Corrected in place** **Corrected in place** **Warning**

Basic – Raw oranges for juicing unwashed before placing in the juicer. The operator washed all the oranges. **Field Corrected** **Warning**

A follow-up inspection later that day on April 4 revealed no violations. The original creperie was never ordered to close following the initial inspection.

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