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Cicis Pizza, South Fort Hood Street, Killeen, TX, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Other
“My husband and I ate around 11:30 am on 12/16/2019. I immediately felt off after eating but both of us got sick around 7 pm. Now we are stuck with the chills, body aches and severe nausea. Be ware ”
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Cicis, 2415 E Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89121, United States

Report Type: Temporary Closure - related to food safety
“Date Closed: 11/12/2019
It was closed after the Clark County Water Reclamation reported sewage in the parking area and alley.
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Cicis Pizza, North Druid Hills Road Northeast, Decatur, GA, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Nausea Vomiting Other Weakness Stomach Pain
“We ate lunch and my son was the only one in our party who ate soup. Later the same evening, he had nausea, severe stomach pain, and vomited. He did not have other symptoms (such as those you might expect from the flu). He has improved 24 hours later, but... See More remains weak and a bit achy. While we are not certain that his symptoms arose from a food-borne illness, we thought this was worth sharing in case there are others who may have been affected.
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Cicis, 2415 E Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89121, United States

Report Type: Temporary Closure - related to food safety
“Date Closed: 11/16/2019
There was sewage flowing across the parking common area into the alleyway.

Floor drains inside the kitchen had been plugged with towels and they were vacuuming sewage into buckets and dumping the buckets out the back. All of this while openly handling food.
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Cicis, 7763 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, FL 34746, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Nausea Other Headache
“The location attached to Bonanza Golf. Within an hour I got a horrible migraine and it has lingered for hours and hours. Never EVER eating again. Soggy old pizza, terrible quality. Uncooked crust, cheap ingredients. So much regret. ”
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Cicis, North McKinley Street, Corona, CA, USA

Report Type: Temporary Closure - related to food safety
“Date Closed: 11/13/2019
Failing an inspection while on probation, cockroach infestation, no hot water. The inspector saw roaches “too numerous to count” throughout the restaurant, including at the food-prep lines. There was no hot water initially, although the water warmed up enough after faucets were run continuously for 25 minutes.... See More There were two other critical violations, for food not being held at safe temperatures (a salad bar cooler was impounded) and food-contact surfaces being encrusted with debris (including pizza trays that the person in charge said are never washed, just occasionally run through the pizza oven). Among the 16 lesser violations, most of which were repeat problems, no one had a food safety manager certificate (this resulted in a citation), employees didn’t wash hands, floor sinks were clogged, there were no lids for the cold-top coolers and the restaurant was in need of a thorough cleaning. The grade of 65 ties for the third-lowest at any restaurant in Riverside County in the past five years, records show. This was the restaurant’s third failed inspection this year and it was placed on probation in September. To reopen, it would have to correct all violations and purchase a new health permit. Source: pe.com
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Cicis Pizza, West Loop 1604 North, San Antonio, TX 78254, United States

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea
“We arrived there at about 6pm, we noticed that the area seemed to be dirty, none of the employees were wearing hair nets, and no one was using gloves. There were 3 of us. Me, my mother and my father. We all ate the pizzas, my mom had a salad... See More as well. Not even an hour after eating, all 3 of us began to feel sick and had to run straight to the bathroom. It is currently 2 am and we are still suffering from the symptoms.
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Cicis, West Vine Street, Kissimmee, FL, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea
“Ate last night approx 8pm been up most the night with very smelly wind, and with diarrhoea. Not nice. ”
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Cicis Pizza, Ridge Road, Brooklyn, OH, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea
“Ate there this afternoon was pretty slow. Ordered a personal pizza to the table like usual. the place had an odor to it especially by the soda machine like mold and a foul smell coming from the back and fruit flies all by the restrooms and through out. None of... See More the employees washed their hand at all while i was there and the individual cutting the oven took pizza right off the buffet and ate it and continued cutting the oven with no washing of hand and was drinking a half gallon of tea behind the counter also and sitting it on the cut table and no had washing after any drinking of it or any time he rubbed his nose. the place is very dim with so may lights blown out and the air return vents are caked in dust that can fall into peoples food. There is a completely new staff and the old general manager i found out left too so that explains a lot of why there are issues. Employees not wearing hats or hairnets while handling food. From knowing the old general manager i know that she was the only one there with a serve-safe certification and i would bet that no one working there now has one. So after eating my pizza,a few brownies, and cinnamon rolls i left. One i got home about 630 pm i started to feel nauseous and not well. I've had to keep running to the bathroom because of this and wishing i would stop feeling so sick,
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Cicis Pizza, Midway Road, Carrollton, TX, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Nausea Vomiting
“I've been here before. First time I went at 10pm on a Saturday and they were packed. The poor staff seemed incredibly stressed out, they could barely keep the buffet full.
I ate a Buffalo slice, spinach & pepperoni slice, Mac & cheese slice, cheese breadsticks, and brownies (which seemed... See More suspiciously soft, but I don't mind soft brownies). Perhaps the brownies weren't cooked all the way, or someone had a dirty glove. By midnight I began feeling discomfort. By 2pm I was making trips to the bathroom, puking, dry-heaving, was in a cold sweat all night, felt like my whole body was vibrating. I didn't feel better till 11am, still feel my gut clenching. Nearly called 911,i felt like I was dying. Otherwise I've never gotten sick from this spot. I only eat here bcuz I have gift cards.
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Cicis Pizza Food Poisoning

 

It's possible to get sick from pizza buffets. Cicis restaurants have a self-serve setup that may increase the risk of food poisoning. Diarrhea and nausea are the most commonly reported symptoms of Cicis pizza food poisoning, and the most commonly mentioned diagnosis is Norovirus.