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These Restaurants Recently Failed Health Inspections By The City Of Montreal

GROSS.

Health inspectors are the unsung heroes of consumer protection: without them, we would probably all be eating rat poop and paint chips. 

Every year, official Montreal health inspectors inspect a number of restaurants, bakeries, distribution centers, and butcher counters, looking for signs that the establishment is not respecting food safety laws. The results are sometimes... surprising.

When a restaurant fails a health inspection, the results are made public and compiled here. Infractions can range from chipped paint on the wall to animal excrements, so, there's obviously quite a range here. I've rounded up some of the worst infractions from the last four months, and I've summarised why the establishment received the fine.

Bon appétit!

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TL;DR Below you can find just a small sample of the restaurants that failed their health inspections in the last four months.

Fu Shing

Where: 1102 Boul. Saint-Laurent 

Why: For having insects or animals, or their excrements, in the restaurant or retaurant-affiliated vehicle.

Fine: $3000


Restaurant Chinois HaoHao

Where: 721 Rue de l' Église, Verdun

Why: For having unclean dishes, ustensils or location.

Fine: $11600


M. Epice

Where: 1701 Boul. des Sources, Pointe-Claire.

Why: For having insect or animals, or their excrements, in the restaurant or retaurant-affiliated vehicle.

Fine: $1100


Dragon de Chine

Where: 4596 Rue de Verdun, Verdun 

Why: For having an unclean location, or unclean materials, ustensils or storage.

Fine: $1200


Tiki Ming

Where: 7077 Boul. Newman, LaSalle 

Why: For not keeping products other than fruits and vegetables at a temperature lower than 4 degrees until its delivery to consumers.

Fine: $1700


PHO NGOC TUAN

Where: 4647 Rue Jarry Est, St-Léonard

Why: 2 infractions: one for uncleanliness of location and one for not keeping products other than fruits and vegetables at a temperature lower than 4 degrees until its delivery to consumers.

Fine: $2100 in total


Restaurant Woodland

Where: 5443 Rue Wellington, Verdun

Why: One for having animals or insects, or their excrements, in the restaurant. The other for having chipped or decaying walls where they prepare food.

Fine: $1550 in total.


Pizzeria Moretti 

Where: 1059 Rue Wellington, Montréal

Why: Their staff was not wearing either hairnets or beardnets

Fine: $800


Restaurant Pho Bang New York

Where: 1001 Boul. Saint-Laurent. 

Why: For having animals or insects, or their excrements, in the restaurant.

Fine: $1600


Paris Cafe

Where: 1333 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montréal 

Why: 2 infractions: one for having animals or insects, or their excrements, in the restaurant. The other is for not passing cleanliness tests for either their location, their ustensils or their food storage.

Fine: $2300 in total


Mandys

Where: 201 Av. Laurier Ouest, Montréal

Why: For not keeping heat-alterable products, other than fruits or vegetables, at a temperature below 4 degrees.

Fine: $250.


Coree Atti Express

Where: 733 Rue Cathcart, Montréal 

Why: For having animals or insects, or their excrements, in the restaurant.

Fine: $1000

Coree Atti Express has reached out to explain that they immediately rectified the situation after receiving notice from inspectors.


L'Gros Luxe

Where: 2472 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal

Why: For not keeping heat-alterable products, other than fruits or vegetables, at a temperature below 4 degrees.

Fine: $850


Boucherie La Preference

Where: 7500 Boul. des Galeries-d'Anjou, Anjou

Why: Trickery or attempted trickery on the state, nature, origin etc. of the food.

Fine: $1500.


Restaurant Pushap

Where: 4777 Boul. des Sources, Pierrefonds

Why: For not maintaining the internal temperature of heat-variable food other than fruits and vegetables at less than 4 degrees celsius.

Fine: $3000


Chez Khady

Where: 850 Boul. Décarie, St-Laurent

Why: For not keeping the internal temperature of food at at least 60 degrees until its delivery (69 infractions)

Fine: $250

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