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Restaurant Inspections: Mold on Ice, Onions, Sugar and Rice; Meatball Temps Too Low; Unwashed Hands

See how restaurants in Gwinnett scored in recent inspections.

Restaurant Inspections: Mold on Ice, Onions, Sugar and Rice; Meatball Temps Too Low; Unwashed Hands

Recent restaurant inspection results from Gwinnett County Health Department.

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Billares Escobar

475 Pleasant Hill Road, Suite 115

Score: 100/A

Date: Feb. 6, 2014

Previous scores: NA

Remarks: OK to permit

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Bojangles

7140 Jimmy Carter Blvd.

Score: 79/C

Date: Feb. 10, 2014

Previous scores: 79/C

Previous scores: 100/A (12/20/13)

Remarks: Two employees observed touching ready to eat, already cooked berry biscuits with bare hands while placing these items on tray to be reheated. Employee observed touching raw frozen chicken with gloved hands to place into the fryer basket, the fryer basket was then lowered with the same gloved hand touching the handle of the fryer basket. Cut lemons for consumer self service on display at drink station in container with lid with no protection from contamination provided.

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China Panda

7131 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Suite 101

Score: 73/C

Date: Feb. 10, 2014

Previous scores: 99/A (12/16/13); 78/C (12/3/13)

Remarks: The person in charge at the time of inspection could not identify the 5 symptoms to exclude workers and other questions regarding the employee health policy. Raw chicken stored above raw pork ribs in the walk in cooler, raw shrimp portioned into bowl that had raw beef debris present. Several potentially hazardous food items were found cooling over 2hrs and were above 70 degrees. Two of the fryer baskets were found with metal pieces missing or broken.

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Church’s Chicken

4895 Stone Mountain Highway

Score: 91/A

Date: Feb. 14, 2014

Previous scores: 73/C (2/4/14); 94/A (11/1/13)

Remarks: Ready-to-eat food from a commercially processed, hermetically sealed container not heated to a temperature of at least 135oF for hot holding.

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Dream Wing

490 Pleasant Hill Road, Suite D

Score: 86/B

Date: Feb. 10, 2014

Previous scores: 96/A (11/14/13); 72/C (11/7/13)

Remarks: Cooked rice being kept in warmer at 95F for 30 minutes. Item re-heated to 170F. Can of gas propane being stored above cooked rice. Observed container with spoon,utilized for mixing pancakes,being stored in water at 70F.

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Leis China House

1630 Pleasant Hill Road, Suite A7

Score: 96/A

Date: Feb. 14, 2014

Previous scores: 56/U (2/8/14); 100/A (1/17/14)

Remarks: The wet wiping cloth container in the kitchen was stored in direct contact with the floor. There was a leak under the 4-compartment sink in the kitchen area where raw chicken was being thawed.

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Local Republic

225 West Crogan Street

Score: 95/A

Date: Feb. 10, 2014

Previous scores: 95/A (12/20/13); 75/C (12/13/13)

Remarks: Shellfish must remain in the original container. Bulk products removed from their original packages must be labeled with the common name of the food. Cardboard lining surfaces, used to store clean food service equipment. Glue and label residue on exterior surface of food storage containers.

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Manna Korean
2570 Pleasant Hill Road

Score: 81/B

Date: Feb. 10, 2014

Previous scores: 47/U (2/6/14); 100/A (1/7/14)

Remarks: Rice cake, Kimchi purchased from two separate food service facilities permitted by Gwinnett Board of Health & not Department of Agriculture. Shellfish (mussels) without shellfish tag attached. Mold-like growth in onions. Bulk products removed from their original packages, and not labeled with the common name of the food. Mussels removed from the original container. Container was discarded. Milk with expiration date of 2.5. Food for self-service not protected from coughing or sneezing customers. Sanitizer solution directly on the floor. No chlorine detected in sanitizer solution for cloth towels.

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Mr. Grill Master

2785 Cruse Road, Suite 6

Score: 81/B

Date: Feb. 14, 2014

Previous scores: 99/A (12/12/13); 74/C (12/5/13)

Remarks: Observed employee leave kitchen, reenter and handle dirty dishes, then proceed to cook and handle clean equipment without washing hands. Observed dicer, knife, and chopper stored as clean with dried food debris. Observed black beans and soup prepped on 2/5/2014 still in walk-in cooler. Items were discarded.

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Song Do BBQ

3616 Satellite Blvd.

Score: 68/U

Date: Feb. 10, 2014

Previous scores: 97/A (1/2/14); 58/U (12/28/13)

Remarks: Observed employee re-enter the kitchen and washed hands without using soap. Observed employee continue food preparation without washing hands. Observed employee chewing gum in the food prep area. Observed mold inside a container or rice/sugar mixture and mold present inside a pitcher of sauce stored in the walk-in-cooler. Observe employee use glove, take it off, and proceeded to use the same glove for food prep. Observed several pans stored clean with food residue and other debris.

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Subway

930 New Hope Road

Score: 74/C

Date: Feb. 6, 2014

Previous scores: 100/A (9/30/13); 96/A (2/5/13)

Remarks: MOLD IS PRESENT INSIDE THE ICE MACHINE ICE BIN. MEATBALLS WERE REHEATED TO 151.8 AND 155.9 DEGREES F AND PLACED BACK IN THE HOT WELL. MEATBALLS MUST BE REHEATED TO 165 DEGREES F OR ABOVE. REHEAT THE MEATBALLS TO GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 165 DEGREES F. A PROBE WAS NOT USED TO CHECK THE INTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF THE MEATBALLS INITIALLY.

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Sugar Hill Subs

4450 Nelson Brogdon Blvd., Suite A8

Score: 90/A

Date: Feb. 10, 2014

Previous scores: 92/A (8/15/13); 94/A (2/26/13)

Remarks: Food encrusted on the slicer that was stored "clean" on the dish shelves. Employee was preparing food while wearing a bracelet, rings (with gemstones). Scoop handles stored in direct contact with food in (pasta, sugar). Food pans stacked wet on the storage shelves.

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