Bistro in Cy-Fair area passes Harris County inspection with just one violation
Inspectors observed only one violation during a recent visit to a restaurant on Old Louetta Road, earning the establishment a passing grade.
The regular Harris County food inspection of Village Bistro, 16911 Old Louetta Road, took place on Feb. 22. The restaurant received four demerits out of a possible 100. An establishment must receive 20 demerits to be automatically considered "of concern" and in need of a follow-up inspection, though county officials can also order one at their discretion.
According to their official report, inspectors gave Village Bistro the demerits for an "approved systems" violation, which could indicate improper time marking of food held over 24 hours or similar lapses in procedure. According to the Harris County website, this problem is not among the kinds of violations most associated with food-borne illness by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Village Bistro's performance on this inspection was good, but can't beat its November 2010 results; on that visit, the restaurant received a perfect score. However, in August 2010, inspectors gave the establishment seven demerits for two violations and ordered a follow-up. No problems were observed in that inspection two days later.
For more information on how Harris County conducts food safety inspections, visit www.hcphes.org.
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