LA Daily News reporter Linda Fields Gold gushed over Disney’s gourmet Carthay Circle restaurant, at California Adventures, in a recent article that was published on April 20, 2013. But I don’t think she looked them up on the Orange County Health Agency’s Restaurant Inspection website.
Fields Gold reported that “The creative talent behind Carthay Circle is Andrew Sutton, executive chef of the Napa Rose. While the Napa Rose is true to Northern California Wine Country taste, Sutton said he wanted Carthay Circle to pick up the “warm flavors and brighter heat” of Southern California. He has worked the past few years with chef de cuisine Gloria Tae, who describes her style as “California Rustic with Asian accents.” They concentrate on using locally grown, locally raised ingredients and sustainable seafood.”
She then went on to describe their dishes, which to be honest sounded great. But it looks like she didn’t know about the Orange County Health Care Agency’s inspection of Carthay Circle, on April 17, 2013. Here is what they found: Continue reading
Orange County’s Board of Supervisors rejected letter grade health ratings for our restaurants, so if you visit Disneyland, or California Adventures, you won’t know if their restaurants have had any food safety issues. But don’t despair! You can read all about their inspections online.
Disney does have a safety department that includes several full time food safety professionals – and most of them used to work for the County of Orange Health Agency, as restaurant health inspectors. But the turnover at restaurants can be high, and Disneyland also employs a lot of youngsters, who may lack experience. As such the Disney restaurants have pretty lengthy inspection records, that can make for interesting reading, to say the least.
Here are links to the restaurant inspection information for all of the restaurants at Disneyland: Continue reading
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