HK Star, a Chinatown restaurant in Las Vegas, recently received 32 demerits and a "C" grade after a visit from the Southern Nevada Health District.
Violations included raw pork stored over raw fish; packaged crab found thawing at room temperature; a sink missing a thermometer for measuring proper water temperature when washing dishes; and dirty pans found in a hand sink.
Inspectors also noted improper hand washing by several employees, and a number of areas were cited for their dirty conditions, including the walls and the floor.
The Southern Nevada Health District confirms that HK Star is now operating under a four demerit "A" grade.
Channel 13 did some digging into the restaurant’s history and found that it received a "C" grade every year of operation since opening in 2009.