Dirty Dining: China One restaurant
China One is latest restaurant to be featured on Dirty DiningPhoto: Video by ktnv.com
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A Valley restaurant was slapped with a poor grade from the Southern Nevada Health District. But when Action News walked in the door, the grade was missing.
Our Contact 13 producer couldn't find the C grade when we paid a visit to China One. The Chinese restaurant on Durango Drive, near Elkhorn, received 33 demerits during a recent inspection from the health district.
Among the violations, health inspectors found employees weren't properly washing their hands. Another was working without a valid health card.
Foods in the reach-in-cooler were at the wrong temperatures, including wantons and roast pork. Foods like shrimp and raw pork weren't properly covered in the walk-in-cooler.
Inspectors also found raw pork stored over broccoli.
Also, a wiping cloth was used to cover some dumplings.
Action News asked to speak with the owner or manager about the low grade, but we were told no one was available.
We left our contact information, and followed up with another phone call, but never heard back from anyone.
The health district said an inspector stopped by China One after our visit and also found the C grade wasn't posted. As a result, the restaurant was slapped with a $118 fine.
The health district said China One has scheduled a re-inspection for later this week.