On a re-inspection on 2-11-14 they got back to an A grade but still had 9 demerits. The 9 demerits were violations related to "Food protected from possible contamination during storage and preparation".
Not good ones to get regardless of the A grade. Especially when we are talking about fish and sushi.
Action 13 News from Las Vegas regularly does a "Dirty Dining" feature and usually they are on Vegas restaurants. When they heard about Minato they sent a reporter to Laughlin to try to speak to someone. They got very little in the way of answers and were asked to leave.
- An employee cutting green onions with bare hands.
- Raw salmon, raw tuna and cut produce stored at unsafe temperatures.
- Prepared foods in the walk-in cooler were not labeled.
- Evidence of dumping in the hand-sink.
- Tempura Mix left open.
- Gasoline can stored next to food containers.
The SNHD inspector report also wrote up Minato because the person in charge on that
day was not knowledgeable about food safety or proper temperatures.
|Photo from video by 13 Action News|
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