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Restaurant Report: Arby's Has Issues With Missing Tiles, Improper Documentation

Plus: the health inspector visits Tropik Sun Fruit & Nut, Hollywood-Voo Doo Cafe & Lounge and more.

Each week, Florissant Patch publishes information from the local restaurant inspections of St. Louis County Department of Health as well as their grade.

Here are some of the latest restaurant inspections from the past 90 days:

Arby’s Roast Beef
Address:
1275 Graham Rd., Florissant
Date of Inspection: Nov. 6
Type of Inspection: Routine
Risk Factor: 2
Grade: 98-A
Comments: Hepatitis A documentation not maintained in a clear and concise manner. Observed damaged and missing tiles throughout the kitchen. Inspector advised that all damaged tiles and cove basing shall be repaired as needed. There is a missing ceiling tile in the utility closet that will also be replaced.

Tropik Sun Fruit & Nut
Address:
5555 St. Louis Mills Blvd., Hazelwood
Date of Inspection: Oct. 11
Type of Inspection: Routine
Risk Factor: 1
Grade: 100-A
Comments: No violations.

Hollywood-Voo Doo Café & Lounge
Address:
777 Casino Center Dr., Maryland Heights
Date of Inspection: Oct. 24
Type of Inspection: Routine
Risk Factor: 2
Grade: 99-A
Comments: Debris on gaskets. Washers and shield damaged at sink. Condensation seeping into lighting.

Elite Cuisine at Scottrade
Address:
700 Maryville Centre Dr., Creve Coeur
Date of Inspection: Sept. 24
Type of Inspection: Routine
Risk Factor: 3
Grade: 98-A
Comments: Wet wiping cloth used to stabilize a cutting board. Can opener blade has buildup of grease and old food particles. Slicer blad and interior surface have buildup of old food particles.

tim thompspn February 01, 2013 at 05:14 AM
I am a national tile co based in atlanta Atlanta tile installers does repairs and installs please call Tim Thompson at 678 425 8081
tim thompspn February 01, 2013 at 05:16 AM
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j April 11, 2013 at 06:25 PM
IF YOU EVER PLAN ON DOING A HOME REMODEL YOU NEED TO READ THIS. Living the bathroom remodel nightmare courtesy of Atlanta Tile Installers and Floor & Decor. I hired one of their recommended installers. What a joke. Been (9) days since they started the installation on a project they estimated would take (5). Now they have to tear out the tile a second time. Still haven't finished the vanity area, m...aster bath, or shower. Waste is running at 50%. On my dime of course. The work so far looks like it was done by a bunch of amateurs. The first couple guys didn't even have necessary experience. I had to run one of them off the property last Sunday. Floor & Decor's response; "they don't work for us. You have to work it out with the installer". Yet when they are selling you the stone the story is far different..... I will never do business with them again. It's back to Home Depot or Lowes for me. It might cost more up front but you will save in the long run not to mention the frustration and headache alone the way. Please be sure to forward this to everyone you know. Hate to see someone else go through this mess. Also go to YouTube and look for bath remodel nightmare http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keZvvzFvnCM
j April 11, 2013 at 06:27 PM
My mother signed up for this website to find a contractor to remodel her bathroom. They sent over sketchy Tim Thompson from Atlanta Tile Installers, who talked a lot of crap from day 1. After the first day that he came and did a free estimate on our bathroom, he called my phone everyday non stop for 3 weeks straight. He was begging for the job and kept asking if we made a decision to choose him as our contractor. I called Renovation Experts and spoke to a Account Rep named Lisha, and asked her for his credentials. She told me that he was legit and that he had a BBB rating of a B, and their website doesn't take anyone with a C or less. So my mother decided to choose with him (because he was the cheapest). On his first day of work, he kept begging my mother to write him a check and promised to deposit the check once the job was completed. In the 19 hours that he was in our home, all he did was: tear down the tub, put up three or four 2X4s in the wall, and installed the drain and shower head incorrectly!! He didn't show up on the last day of work, but he sure did have enough time to deposit the check that he wasn't suppose to. We couldn't get a hold of him for a whole day. Then Renovation Experts called him and said that he was in the "hospital". Oh, and Sean found out that Tim Thompson doesn't have a contractor's license and he doesn't have a BBB rating of a B. It was another Tim Thompson who lived in South Carolina. scum bag
j April 11, 2013 at 06:31 PM
My mother signed up for this website to find a contractor to remodel her bathroom. They sent over sketchy Tim Thompson from Atlanta Tile Installers, who talked a lot of crap from day 1. After the first day that he came and did a free estimate on our bathroom, he called my phone everyday non stop for 3 weeks straight. He was begging for the job and kept asking if we made a decision to choose him as our contractor. I called Renovation Experts and spoke to a Account Rep named Lisha, and asked her for his credentials. She told me that he was legit and that he had a BBB rating of a B, and their website doesn't take anyone with a C or less. So my mother decided to choose with him (because he was the cheapest). On his first day of work, he kept begging my mother to write him a check and promised to deposit the check once the job was completed. In the 19 hours that he was in our home, all he did was: tear down the tub, put up three or four 2X4s in the wall, and installed the drain and shower head incorrectly!! He didn't show up on the last day of work, but he sure did have enough time to deposit the check that he wasn't suppose to. We couldn't get a hold of him for a whole day. Then Renovation Experts called him and said that he was in the "hospital". Oh, and Sean found out that Tim Thompson doesn't have a contractor's license and he doesn't have a BBB rating of a B. It was another Tim Thompson who lived in South Carolina. find scum bag contractors.

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