Two South Mississippi restaurants received C ratings during recent inspections by the Mississippi Department of Health.
There were 87 restaurants inspected during the period of Feb. 7, 2018 to Feb. 14, 2018.
Facilities that serve food are rated A if they pass the Health Department inspection, B if violations are corrected during the inspection and C if the violations are critical. Restaurant management must display the most recent report where customers can see the rating.
For the week of Feb. 7 to 14, the following District IX restaurants were rated C:
King Wah, 295 U.S. 90 Suite 23, Bay St. Louis — A scheduled inspection was held at the restaurant with two violations. One was a violation of regulations that regulate proper eating, tasting and drinking, or the use of tobacco in the restaurant. The other violation was for a toxic substance that was not identified or stored correctly. Both were corrected on site.
Corner Station, 751 Division St., Biloxi — A permit follow-up inspection was held at the fast food or delicatessen with violations that included a lack of a supervisor on duty, adequate hand washing facilities, a clean food contact surface, toxic substance not identified or stored correctly, insects, rodents or animals present and no current inspection permit posted. The adequate hand washing facility and toxic substance violations were corrected on site.