In the month of September, there were three Manhattan (Kansas) restaurants that received five critical violations or more during routine food safety inspections by the state.
On September 20, 2010. HuHot Mongolian Barbecue in the Manhattan Town Center received nine critical violations for issues such as employees not properly washing their hands, bare hand contact with ready-to-eat food during preparation, improperly sanitizing food contact and preparation areas, and improper cold holding temperatures.
On September 22, Chili’s Bar & Grill received eight critical violations for things like employees improperly washing their hands, improperly sanitizing food contact and preparation areas, improper cold holding temperatures, and failing to post their license within the establishment.
On September 28, Pat’s Blue Ribbon Barbecue in Aggieville received nine critical violations for employees not properly washing their hands, improperly sanitizing food contact and preparation areas, and not marking correct dates on food storage containers.
Follow-up inspections have been or will be conducted sometime this month.