The following restaurant inspection scores come from the Milford Health Department.
The restaurants included are those requested by followers of the Milford Patch Facebook page.
If you’d like a specific local eatery included next time, leave the name in the comments.
A restaurant fails an inspection when it receives a score below 81 or a four-point violation. The business then has two weeks to correct the marked violation(s) before a re-inspection.
Common four-point demerits, which are the harshest deductions, include improper hand washing, food temperature violations and improper storage of toxic materials.
While all of the following restaurants passed their inspections, we’ve included some specific violations for those scores under 90.
Plan B Burger
Inspected: Aug. 26
Inspected: Aug. 6
Violation(s): uncovered raw shell eggs and meats stored over ready-to-eat food in reach-in cooler; food containers on floor.
Inspected: Dec. 6
Inspected: Dec. 9
Inspected: Oct. 15
Violation(s): no thermometer in “true” reach-in cooler; corrosion on can opener.
Inspected: Dec. 5
Buffalo Wild Wings
Inspected: Oct. 3
Dragon Garden III
Inspected: Oct. 23
Inspected: Dec. 11
Violation(s): thermometer needed in all refrigerators; dirty can opener blade; dish rack stored on floor.
Inspected: Oct. 30
Inspected: Oct. 21
Violation(s): uncovered foods in various areas; corrosion on reach-in and walk-in storage shelves.