Flying Biscuit, a popular metro-Atlanta breakfast cafe, scored a dismal "40/U" during a recent health inspection at its Gwinnett County restaurant.
The inspection took place Sept. 5 at the restaurant, which is located on Peachtree Parkway in the Peachtree Corners and Norcross area. Back in January, the restaurant also posted a failing score.
As a result of the repeat violations, health inspectors temporarily suspended Flying Biscuit's food service permit. The restaurant is operating now, however, as it preps for a re-inspection.
In the Sept. 5 report, some of the problems included:
- Cooked eggs not protected against contamination by raw egg
- Foods not maintained at the proper temperatures
- Foods held in the refrigerator past shelf life
- Cleaning chemicals stored with food
- Incorrect health inspection report posted, and not posted in full view of patrons
- Employee handled trash, and kept working with food in same gloves
- Cooler shelves dirty with debris and residue
- Floors dirty with food and debris throughout the kitchen area
SPEAK OUT: Following its second failing score of the year, will you return to the Gwinnett County Flying Biscuit?