Inspections

By Nichols, Kaye | The Record (Bergen County, NJ), October 19, 2012 | Go to article overview

Inspections


Nichols, Kaye, The Record (Bergen County, NJ)


INSPECTIONS

Restaurant and food establishment inspections published in The Record include only the establishment's name and the evaluation it received. Evaluations are received from local health departments; however, not all departments issue reports. Readers seeking more information should contact town health departments.

Under the New Jersey State code, "Sanitation in Retail Food Establishments and Food and Beverage Vending Machines," there are four possible health-inspection results: Satisfactory, Conditionally Satisfactory, Conditionally Satisfactory on Reinspection and Unsatisfactory. Conditionally Satisfactory is issued when an establishment has one or more violations that need to be corrected; they may or may not be related to food safety or cleanliness. An Unsatisfactory is issued for gross violations and results in closure of the establishment.

* Bistro 55, 55 Route 17 south, Rochelle Park, was fined $266 on Oct. 10 for failure to maintain potentially hazardous foods at safe temperatures and failure to maintain refrigeration equipment in a state of repair. Registered environmental health specialist Margaret M. Dunne issued the summonses.

ALLENDALE -- No activity reported.

BERGENFIELD -- No activity reported.

CARLSTADT -- No activity reported.

CLIFFSIDE PARK -- No activity reported.

CLIFTON -- No activity reported.

CLOSTER -- No activity reported.

CRESSKILL -- No activity reported.

EAST RUTHERFORD -- No activity reported.

EDGEWATER -- Satisfactory on reinspection: Binghamton Bagel Cafe.

ELMWOOD PARK -- Conditionally satisfactory: 7-Eleven on Market Street.

ENGLEWOOD -- Conditionally satisfactory on reinspection: El Paso Mexican Grocery.

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS -- No activity reported.

FAIR LAWN -- Conditionally satisfactory: China Express.

FAIRVIEW -- No activity reported.

FORT LEE -- Conditionally satisfactory: Totowah. Satisfactory on reinspection: BCD Tofu House, Binghamton Bagels (1209 Anderson Ave. …

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