|Address:||2771 Plymouth Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, USA|
|Working:||11AM–10PM 11AM–10PM 11AM–10PM 11AM–10PM 11AM–10:30PM 11AM–10:30PM 11AM–10PM|
Negative 10000 stars. Stole money from me. Very Rude. Took a $20 and stated gave them a $10. Said would never come again. They said "Good dont ever come back". Obvious Bigots/Racists in the heart of Ann Arbor A place that WILL MAKE YOU SICK: Restaurant inspections for Washtenaw County in September 2015: RESTAURANT Evergreen Oriental Inc. ADDRESS 2771 Plymouth Road CITY Ann Arbor Priority Violations 8 Priority Foundation Violations 5 Core Violations 13 Total Violations 26 Evergreen Oriental (2771 Plymouth Road) had the most violations in the report, with 26. Eight of those violations were priority violations, though a follow-up inspection later in the month showed that all priority violations had been corrected. Food employees were observed to rinse off hands instead of employing proper handwash. In addition many of the food employees did not wash hands during the length of the inspection. At onset of the inspection several employees were observed to be eating on the prep table in the kitchen and did not wash hands prior to going back to food sevice. Also further evidenced by soap missing from the sink in the prep area. Retrain employees on proper handwashing procedure to clean hands with soap and water rubbing hands vigorously for a minimum of 20 seconds and when to wash hands. Correct as indicated above. Unapproved insecticide observed in the facility. This insecticide is not approved for use in a food service establishment. Provide an approved commercial insecticide that is approved for use in a food service establishment. Corrected by discarding the insecticide at time of the inspection. Severe infestation of drainflies/gnats observed throughout the facility especially near the drains. Call exterminator for treatment of drainflies. In addition you must remove all harborage conditions including food debris accumulation at floor wall junctures, in between shelving and equipment. To correct call the exterminator. The following food contact surfaces were found to be dirty and not cleaned according to the required frequency: pan style scoops used to portion food prior to woking, cutting boards stored between the sinks, knives on knife rack and assorted utensils in bucket on floor next to prep line. All food contact surfaces are required to be cleaned at the above specified time frames to minimize potential for bacterial growth. To correct, clean now and place on a more frequent cleaning schedule as indicated above. Assorted potentially hazardous foods found to be at 56 - 64 degrees f. Potentially hazardous foods must be maintained at 41 degrees f or below. Ambient air temperature found at 60 degrees f. Call for repair of unit. Corrected by discarding all potentially hazardous foods in the unit. Note that several of the foods including cream cheese and bok choy were later found in other coolers after told to discard. These foods were subsequently discarded also. The upright cooler in the kitchen was found to be holding assorted potentially hazardous foods at 47 - 53 degrees f. Potentially hazardous foods must be maintained at 41 degrees f or below. Ambient air temperature of the unit was at 52 degrees f. Call for repair of unit. Corrected by discarding all PH foods at time of inspection. At onset of inspection, numerous assorted foods including salad mix, pooled eggs on cart, dumplings on top of steamer found sitting out at room temperature. These foods were temped at 44 - 56 degrees f. Note that the salad mix initially sitting out for prep for portioning was found at 56 degrees after an hour. Employee had been told to place salad mix into the cooler when portioning was done. Portioning time estimated at 15 minutes. Further dumplings were immediately put into hot water on steamer at onset of inspection. Shrimp and scallops found sitting under cold running water
As I ate my egg drop soup at dinner their last night a house fly began to emerge. I showed it to the waitress, she saw the fly and was as grossed out as our party of four was. She took the bowl to show the manager and asked if I wanted another cup of egg drop soup. I said no way considering the fly was obviously cooked into the entire pot of soup (duh!). To add more insult, the manager offered nothing ... NOTHING ... of a discount for my meal or any of the bill. By the way, know upfront if you order coffee it is made from k-cups, so no re-fills. They charge for each cup of coffee. With social media what it is today it seems ridiculous to let a customer leave to risk the customer posting a real story like this online. Sad but true. Since last night I have shared this with other friends who will never go back to Evergreen.
What is most intimidating and unacceptable about eating out is that some places have no shame serving food which should be thrown to the garbage. Unfortunately, we had a similar experience with Evergreen restaurant, Ann Arbor at the first time we went there. We ordered three dishes off the menu and all of them except one was just ok, nothing special, nothing I would want to order again, however, that one dish that we ordered, which was duck, should have not been served. It was sooo dry, un-eatable, and soaked in grease. It was simply disgusting. It looked and tasted like it was made several days ago and was just preheated before served. It was a rip off and I am not ordering there again. And yeah, one more thing, please clean the shrimp, or buy cleaned ones, you use in your dishes.
Nightmare. First of all, they didnt tell us but they charged us each 1.50 for hot tea, even though it is widely assumed at Chinese Restaurants the Tea is free. Even though only 3 people drank it, they charged our entire table (5) and then another (5) once we got another pot. Also, they automatically applied a gratuity of 20% on our 5 person party, which Ive never heard of. I think this place does automatic gratuities on everyone, which makes the service so so so bad and rude. We ordered the most expensive fish on the menu it was about $22 and it was all breading. We complained to the manager who rudely told us it was our fault for ordering wrong. All in all, this place has the worst service and schemes you out of all your money.
I enjoyed this place for several years but the service goes really bad recently. Servers are really horrible. And beware about the sanity of your food. Today we ordered one noodle, fried rice, and a chicken dish and our server threw the dishes to the table with two rice bowls. While I was working on my rice bowl, the server came to me and took my rice bowl back in a rude manner saying she was supposed to give one rice bowl. She asked no excuse to me at all. I dont understand what they would do with the taken back rice I already touched with my spoon. Are they going to serve it to other customers? Please look at your rice bowl carefully.