HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – On this week's Restaurant Scorecard, a noodle restaurant in Little River racked up a litany of violations, and a popular burger chain in Myrtle Beach got a perfect score from health inspectors.
I Noodles on Highway 17 in Little River scored at 76 percent during its routine inspection from the Department of Health and Environmental Control, earning a "C" rating. Among the violations not corrected during inspection: there were no paper towels or hand-washing signage at the hand sink, the preparation sink, slicer, prep cooler and cutting board had grime and build-up, pork was seen thawing in standing water, a thermometer was not accurate, foods in the walk-in cooler were stored on the floor, the dish machine's plumbing was leaking, and the restroom doors did not have self-closers.
La Bamba in Longs scored 86 from inspectors, earning it a "B" rating. The inspection report notes that dishes and cutting boards were not being washed, rinsed and sanitized, chemicals were being stored next to plates, a grocery bag was being used for storage, and the gaskets on the two-door fridge were in poor repair.
Luvans Old South Fish Camp in Conway earned an "A" grade with a score of 88. Inspectors noted that plates and cups were stored dirty, food items were stored on the floor, cardboard boxes were being reused, a sink was leaking, and debris was piled up next to the facility's exterior.
Andy's Corner in North Myrtle Beach earned an 89 score. The report states that there was no soap or paper towels in the hand sink in the back, there were no thermometers in the coolers, paint brushes and rollers were stored improperly, and the hood, filters, and some walls were dirty.
Co Sushi in Myrtle Beach scored a 97 on its routine inspection. According to the report, and the interior doors of the dish machine and spray nozzle had a build-up.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries in Myrtle Beach scored a perfect 100 during its routine inspection last week.
Read each of this week's inspection reports in PDF format below:
Luvans Old South Fish Camp: