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10 Health Violations at STK Steakhouse at Disney Springs

Never assume fancy restaurants don't have kitchen issues! While an inspection is a snapshot of the restaurant's overall actions, it's still good to make yourself aware of what's going on in that kitchen!

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STK Steakhouse in Disney Springs was inspected by the Health Department December 2nd and 10 violations were found: 9 basic and 1 high priority. No followup inspection was required. 

  1. 51-11-4 Basic - Carbon dioxide/helium tanks not adequately secured.

  2. 13-07-4 Basic - Employee wearing jewelry other than a plain ring on their hands/arms while preparing food. Ring on prep cook corrective action taken : removed **Corrected On-Site**

  3. 08B-38-4 Basic - Food stored on floor. Oil in plastic containers on dry storage floor corrective action taken : moved

  4. 10-07-4 Basic - In-use utensil stored in standing water less than 135 degrees Fahrenheit. **Corrected On-Site**

  5. 16-46-4 Basic - Old labels stuck to food containers after cleaning. corrective action taken : re cleaned **Corrected On-Site**

  6. 08B-39-4 Basic - Raw fruits/vegetables not washed prior to preparation. Potatoes not washed prior to peeling

  7. 23-05-4 Basic - Soil residue build-up on nonfood-contact surface. Reach in at pastry. Corrective action taken : cleaned **Corrected On-Site**

  8. 08B-17-4 Basic - Unwashed fruits/vegetables stored with ready-to-eat food. Produce over blanched fries and compound corrective action taken : moved

  9. 29-11-4 Basic - Water leaking from pipe and/or faucet/handle. Main back flow preventer leaking at exterior of building. Handle at triple sink

  10. 08A-05-4 High Priority - Raw animal food stored over ready-to-eat food. Oysters over tuna, some tuna for steaks some for ceviche. Recommend not storing products to be saved under cooked under shellfish corrective action taken : product moved breaded raw chicken over gelato in freezer **Corrected On-Site**


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