Restaurant Scorecard: Flies and mildew in some kitchens

Restaurant Scorecard: Flies and mildew in some kitchens

Flies in kitchens, even on food in one spot. Slime and mildew at another spot. We've got your dining details covered in this week's restaurant scorecard.

The Noizy Oyster is at 101 South Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach. It's known for casual seafood. State inspectors gave it a 72 out of 100, recently, taking off points for flies observed throughout the facility. The owner told us their efforts to recycle oysters outback brings the flies. He says Orkin was there this month and another visit is scheduled. He also told us he's addressing everything else in the complaints, which include a walk-in cooler door and floor observed in poor repair And a Ceiling observed flaking and hanging down over chest freezer. A follow-up inspection resulted in a perfect 100 score.

If you're looking for pizza, GiGi's is at 211 S Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach. It earned an 81, recently. Inspectors deducting points for fly's observed throughout the kitchen. The report said potatoes were stored in a basket over one of the basins of the 3 compartment sink, while dirty pans were being washed in the adjacent sink. Also, they reported damaged ceiling tiles observed over bagged nacho's

You'll find Burger Paradise at 906 N Ocean Blvd in Myrtle Beach. It scored an 84. Inspectors listed the presence of flies throughout kitchen, with a fly observed in a bag of bread. And items were improperly stored on the floor. They also reported Interior compartments of ice machine have buildup of slime and mildew and the buildup of black mildew and grime inside soda machine nozzles.

Known for contemporary American Italian cuisine, you'll find Travinia at 4011 Deville Street in Market Common of Myrtle Beach. Inspectors gave it an 88 out of 100. Taking off points for Mushroom ravioli observed with discard date of 08/04 - Other prepped foods were listed as also missing discard dates. Also, bottles of sauces, water and large containers holding fried wontons observed without being labeled with common name of food. A follow-up score resulted in a perfect 100. Remember, each spot should have their letter grade posted, if you don't see it, just ask.

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