Brampton Restaurant Health Violations: Feb 13 to 17

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This week in Brampton health code violations, a bunch of restaurants get no love on Valentine’s Day, repeat offender Punjabi By Nature makes an appearance, and a popular AYCE sushi spot has an alarming 8 infractions.

Hakka Town – 225 Castle Oaks Crossing

  • Inspected on: February 13, 2017
  • Inspection finding: Green – Pass, re-opening after closing on February 10

Re-opened on February 13 after closing for failure of maintaining standards that prevent health hazards, based on guidelines from the Health Protection Act.

Punjabi By Nature – 8887 The Gore Rd

  • Inspected on: February 13, 2017
  • Inspection finding: Yellow – conditional pass

3 infractions including failure to protect food from contamination and failure to keep non-food contact surfaces clean and sanitary.

Palm Palace – 50 Kennedy Rd S.

  • Inspected on: February 14, 2017
  • Inspection finding: Yellow – conditional pass

4 infractions including failure to store food to prevent contamination, lack of access to hand washing areas and failure to maintain good housekeeping practices.

Village of Indian – 114 Kennedy Rd S.

  • Inspected on: February 14, 2017
  • Inspection finding: Yellow – conditional pass

7 infractions including failure to properly maintain food contact surfaces and equipment, failure to provide supplies for proper dishwashing and sanitizing and failure to keep non-food contact surfaces clean, sanitary and in good condition.

August 8 – 25 Peel Centre Dr

  • Inspected on February 16
  • Inspection finding: Yellow – Conditional pass

8 infractions including failure to store food properly to prevent contamination (significant risk), failure to maintain food contact surfaces and equipment and failure to provide adequate protection against pests (significant risk).

Friends Sweets & Tandoori Restaurant – 860 North Park Dr.

  • Inspected on: February 16, 2017
  • Inspection finding: Yellow – conditional pass

8 infractions including, failure to store food properly to prevent contamination (high risk), failure to properly wash and sanitize utensils that do not fit in sinks or mechanical dishwasher and failure to maintain good housekeeping practices.


Note: The above businesses each received infractions from Peel Public Health as reported on the Peel Public Health inspections website. This does not mean that any of the businesses listed have not subsequently corrected the issue and received a passing grade by Peel Health inspectors. Find the latest status of each business mentioned as well as details on subsequent inspections, visit the Peel Health inspections site.

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