Black-eyed Pea location passes restaurant inspection with just three demerits
A local Black-eyed Pea restaurant recently passed its Harris County health inspection, though officials did correct one problem.
The "home-style" chain's local location, which can be found at 2005 FM 1960 W., scored three demerits out of a possible 100 in the Feb. 28 inspection. An establishment must earn 20 demerits to be considered "of concern" and in need of a follow-up visit.
The three demerits occurred because of a problem with the restaurant's hand-washing facilities. Inspectors indicated this was not a violation that is among the categories most associated with food-borne illness by the Centers for Disease Control, according to the Harris County site.
Inspectors observed the same problem at the location's last inspection in October 2010, though in June 2010, it received a perfect score.
For more information on how Harris County conducts restaurant inspections, visit www.hcphes.org.
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