Despite some problems, Thai restaurant passes inspection
A Cy-Fair Thai restaurant recently passed its Harris County
restaurant inspection, but health officials also had to correct
several kinds of problems at the establishment.
The inspection of Anothai Cuisine, located at 11046 FM 1960, Suite F,
occurred on Jan. 27. Inspectors gave the restaurant a score of 13
demerits out of a possible 100. An establishment must earn 20 demerits
to be considered "of concern" and in need of a follow-up visit, though
inspectors can also order one at their discretion.
In the January visit, inspectors observed types of problems with
labeling and food surfaces that they say are among the types most
commonly associated with the spread of food-borne illness by the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Problems with hand-washing
facilities were also corrected on-site.
A follow-up visit was not required in this case. However, such a visit
was ordered last year. After its inspection on Sept. 8, 2010, Anothai
received 22 demerits for a variety of health problems. A follow-up was
ordered for Sept. 23, when the restaurant received a perfect score
For more information on how Harris County conducts health inspections,