Our Kitchen Cops report began this weeek at Lucky Star Restaurant #2, at 6002 Oleander Drive. The restaurant wasn't so lucky with health inspectors this week. Their score was 85. Health inspectors docked big points from Lucky Star for storing foods like raw shrimp, raw chicken and eggs at above cold temperatures, and holding already cooked foods at warm temperatures, below the required 140 degrees. More points were taken off for employees preparing beef in containers on the floor, and leaving food containers and utensils dirty. Down the road from Lucky Star is El Marinero, on Oleander Drive. Inspectors found dirty containers and utensils and food stored at improper temperatures. They were also cited for not keeping equipment and fixtures clean. 88 for El Marinero. Health inspectors found plenty of violations at Taqueria Con Sabor on Market Street. Several points were taken off for employees not washing their hands after taking bathroom breaks, or changing tasks. They also docked points for storing food at improper temperatures and another two and a half for not cleaning cooking equipment. 84 for Taqueria Con Sabor. Some good news this week for Leon's in Ogden. Health inspectors did a re-inspection, boosting the restaurant's previois score for 81.5, to 92. Owner Leon Mavroles told News Channel 3 his restaurant has always kept up standards.
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