Restaurant Inspections: The Spot, Crown Cafe, Jasmine Taste of Persia

See what the health inspectors found at these Watertown restaurants.

The Watertown Health Department makes inspections of the town's 200-plus restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores and more each year. They look for a variety of violations, including critical ones that could lead to food borne illness.

The inspection reports are public records. If there are violations, the inspector always returns for a follow up inspection to ensure that the violations are corrected. Establishments with repeated or serious violations are called for a hearing with the Board of Health.

Fraternal Order of Eagles

No critical violations were found in the inspection in November.

Moda Tobacco

One critical violation was found in the November inspection, and it was fixed that day.

  • Fibre One bars and Pop Chips were expired. 

The Spot

Inspectors found two critical violation in early November, which were remedied by the follow up inspection.

  • Mouse droppings were found in the dry storage boxes.
  • The Nozzle of the espresso maker was soiled.

Jasmine Taste of Persia

Three critical violations were discovered in a November inspection. They were fixed by the next inspection.

  • Raw meat was stored on shelves above vegetables
  • Bulk spices and beans have deli cups as scoops
  • Mold-like substance found on plastic parts of Cuisinart

Crown Cafe

Two critical violations were found in a November inspection. They were fixed by the re-inspection.

  • Mouse droppings were found in the sink
  • The Hobart slicer was soiled with dried food


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