Downtown Chattanooga restaurant fails health check after inspection finds moldy cheese

Restaurant Report Card

A popular downtown Chattanooga restaurant received a failing mark and three other eateries were given low scores after inspections by the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department.

Sticky Fingers restaurant at 420 Broad St. was slapped with a failing score of 69 after an inspection found violations including moldy cheese in a cooler, improper temperature for reheating pork, improper temperature for storing dip, dairy and salsa and wet and dirty wiping clothes sitting out on prep tables.

Famous Wok at 3040 Battlefield Pkwy. received a score of 74 after an inspection found violations including time and temperature control foods being kept out at room temperature, improper separation of raw and ready to eat foods in the walk-in cooler, open boxes of raw chicken stored over loosely covered containers of teriyaki sauce and containers of raw chicken stored directly over and next to bags and boxes of uncooked vegetables.