Fairfax Restaurant Inspections: Clean Bills of Health for Panera, Super H Mart
Like to eat out in Fairfax City?
You may want to know how area restaurants performed in their last Virginia Department of Health inspection.
Restaurants in the Commonwealth are inspected between one and four times a year. There are two types of violations, critical and non-critical. What's the difference? Critical violations, unless corrected, can contribute to "food contamination, illness or environmental degradation," according to the VDH.
Non-critical violations are not as severe but can lead to critical violations if not tended.
How it Works
Clicking here will bring you to VDH's web page where you can find detailed information on any of the restaurants listed below. Restaurants are listed on the site by city/county and alphabetical order.
Clicking on the number under critical violations will take you directly to that restaurant's report.
Patch will update this table as new reports come in. Have something to say about one of the restaurants? Tell us about it!
|Restaurant||Last Inspection||Critical Violations||Non-Critical Violations|
|Curry Mantra||Aug. 21||2*||0|
|Choices By Shawn||Aug. 21||0||0|
|Masala Wok||Aug. 22||0*||0|
|Wendy's (Jermantown Road)||Aug. 24||2||1|
|Panera (Chain Bridge Road)||Aug. 24||0||0|
|Wendy's (Main Street)||Aug. 28||0||0|
|Shorty's Deli||Aug. 28||0||1|
|Best Western||Aug. 28||3||0|
|Evergreen @ Super H Mart||Aug. 29||0||0|
*This was a follow-up inspection from Aug. 20. Click here to see how Curry Mantra had four critical violations in its initial inspection.
*This was a follow-up inspection from Aug. 22. Click here to see how Masala Wok had five critical violations in its initial inspection.