Tandoor Restaurant facing contamination problems
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MILWAUKEE- Some cross contamination risks at this Indian restaurant in West Allis. They also had some cleaning to do.
Tandoor Restaurant on 108th and Washington. Health inspectors found employees touching customer's food with bare hands. There were no gloves in the restaurant when it was inspected. Owner Sohen Singh told us they "ran out" but now have gloves.
Singh agreed to show us the kitchen. The first thing we noticed was the back door propped open and a child going in and out of the kitchen. Both are violations.
A bulk sugar container had to be cleaned inside and out. Singh said they did that, but we noticed a problem. There's a large crack in the lid.
Tandoor was ordered to do some heavy cleaning. There was a build up of grease on cooking equipment. The ceiling and walls in the dish room and kitchen also needed a "thorough cleaning."
The owner claims there are no more violations at his restaurant.