Sushi errors top eatery violations

  • Article by: JANE FRIEDMANN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 17, 2010 - 8:32 AM
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wwallace67Oct. 16, 1011:13 PM

And I've never been ill after eating there.

Taco Bell--that's another story.

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summeroffOct. 17, 10 9:19 AM

I would like to see more reporting on health violations at restaurants. Also I miss the TV news going after Auto Repair shops who cheat customers.

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StarquestOct. 17, 1012:18 PM

Horrendously overpriced place now guilty of food safety violations. Maybe that's how they're so profitable.

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pippi1Oct. 17, 10 3:43 PM

Jane, In the interest of providing facts in the news, I wanted to be sure you are aware of the distinction between raw fish and sushi. Sushi is NOT raw fish. Sushi may have fermented fish in it or it may not. Raw fish is seshimi. Thank you, Paula

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asssssOct. 17, 1011:05 PM

Freezing for two days rather than five? Stupid govt. overregulation. What about Japan where other than whole tuna, almost nothing is ever frozen before being consumed raw? I'd be sooo much more happy eating in sushi bars I've been to over there, before eating the limp frozen fish we are served here. To Origami: i'll help pay your fines if you serve me real fresh fish!!!!!!!!!!!

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vgraphicsOct. 19, 10 4:10 AM

It would be great if people could know how clean restaurants are before eating there. In Los Angeles food facilities receive a letter grade or a score according to their inspection from the County of Los Angeles Public Health. I would love to see this program implemented in Minneapolis. Does anyone know how to get something like this here? I was thinking about starting a petition or contacting the Governor.

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shigeny152Oct. 19, 10 6:50 AM

I'm a japanese chef who is trained in Tokyo, Kyoto, NYC. I never heard about this freezing 7days regulation. Generally most japanese people don't eat frozen fish as sashimi style. Taste be bad, freezing burn and smell. Do you wanna eat freezing 7days fish sushi?

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BillyHeywoodOct. 19, 10 4:17 PM

The government should stay out of our restaurants.

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sarahnerisonOct. 21, 10 9:12 AM

Dear Starquest, We are sorry for your experiences with Chino Latino. Please know that the information in the Star Tribune article is from months ago. We have since, replaced broken equipment, changed management and updated procedures to ensure the safety of our guests. Tom Schoenberger, General Manager, Chino Latino Sarah Nerison, Social Media Manager, Parasole Restaurants

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jcw1370Oct. 22, 10 2:26 PM

Hmm. I don't know if I want to eat at a restaurant that finds it just too difficult to keep a mere illness log. What else are they finding "just too difficult" to do?

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