King's Restaurant, 10 W. Grant Road, failed a health inspection in June but passed a follow-up inspection.

A county health inspector noted five critical violations on June 17. The most serious were a cutting board that wasn't properly sanitized and foods kept at the wrong temperatures.

The eatery passed a follow-up inspection June 27, according to county Health Department reports.

"We've corrected everything already," said owner Trung Truong.

The restaurant previously received a "needs improvement" rating in 2010 but otherwise has had good ratings.

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