Restaurants are the best way to enjoy a stressfree dinner. No dishes and great food are both positives of eating out, especially when you find the perfect local restaurant in your neighborhood. However, just like cooking food at home, sometimes everything doesn't always go as planned. As per usual, the city's health inspectors have taken to the streets of Toronto and multiple restaurants have gained health infractions, some much more serious than others. 

The City of Toronto ensures that its citizens are always aware of how well a restaurant is complying with the Health Code by posting all of their inspections results here. Restaurants that have been degraded to a 'conditional pass' opposed to a green pass mean that there is a health violation within their restaurant. This violation could be anything from unclean cooking surfaces to pest infestations. 

It is important to remember, that those restaurants who have been charged with an infraction during their inspection do have a chance to bounce back. The infractions that are given to these restaurants are often very fixable and if a restaurant participates with health inspectors they can ensure that this infraction can be improved within the future. 

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Local businesses are often the best businesses to support and finding a hole in the wall restaurant can be the most rewarding experience! If one of your favorite restaurants is listed below, remember that they have every opportunity to fix their problems and pass their inspection at a later date. 

Here are some of the restaurants that have been charged with health infractions since December: 

The Fry

Where: 524 Bloor St W.

When: December 13, 2018

Why: For significantly failing to protect against the breeding of pests, providing proper hand sanitation stations, and to remove waste from the restaurant when necessary.

Fushimi 

Where: 491 Church St.

When: February 7, 2019

Why: Failure to protect the restaurant against pests and failure to maintain food in a sanitary condition.

Fusion Deli & Cafe

Where: 1849 Yonge Street

When: February 6, 2019

Why: Have not been using food equipment that has been in good repair. This restaurant has also failed to ensure that the equipment surfaces are sanitized properly.

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Brother Bar and Resturant 

Where: 962 St. Clair Ave W.

When: February 8, 2019

Why: Failure to provide toilet paper within the restaurant and failure to sanitize utensils properly.

Good Morning Friends

Where: 5050 Dufferin St.

When: January 17, 2019

Why: Have failed to sanitize utensils and equipment properly and have not maintained clean walls within the rooms in which food is being handled.

Golden Star Resturant 

Where: 2133 Jane St.

When: February 7, 2019

Why: Have failed to protect food from contamination and to provide proper refrigerated food storage. They also haven't maintained proper surface sanitization or floor sanitization.

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Georges BBQ Chicken & Ribs 

Where: 1042 Pape Ave.

When: February 11, 2019

Why: Have failed to provide handwashing stations and have been reported for storing food at hazardous internal temperatures.

Mr. Jerk 

Where: 1365 Lawerence Ave W.

When: December 17, 2018

Why: Failure to clean equipment surfaces and failure to remove garbage when necessary.

Pizza La Rosa 

Where: 2555 Victoria Park Ave.

When: February 7, 2019

Why: Failure to protect food from contamination and failure to provide proper hand sanitation stations.

Amigos Bar & Grill 

Where: 6089 Kingston Rd.

When: February 5, 2019

Why: Failure to protect food from contamination and not maintaining food in proper sanitary conditions.

Lao Thai Resturant 

Where: 2 Gladstone Ave.

When: February 11, 2019

Why: Have been using equipment that is not suitable for their food and has failed to ensure that the equipment surfaces have been properly sanitized.

Viet Thai Kitchen 

Where: 1468 Victoria Park Ave.

When: February 7, 2019

Why: Failure to protect food from contamination and failure to protect the restaurant against pests.

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Levetto

Where: 8 Dovercourt Rd.

When: February 11, 2019

Why: Have been observed using a non-designated towel for cleaning food surfaces and have failed to ensure that food handlers have washed their hands.

Drumstickz

Where: 25 Overlea Blvd.

When: February 5, 2019

Why: Failure to sanitize utensils as often as necessary and failure to clean the equipment as often as necessary.