Ray’s on the River in Sandy Springs recently hit a bumpy road during food safety inspections, according to reports. It dropped into the poor and failing ranges twice in the last two months before rebounding both times to the 90s range. The up-down record occurred last year as well, reports show.
The restaurant at 6700 Powers Ferry Road faced a third inspection – after the routine and follow-up exams in April – because of a complaint, the inspector noted. Both poor inspection reports resulted from substandard procedures, including improper storage of raw and ready-to-eat foods and inadequate temperature controls, reports show.
The inspector also found that guidelines weren’t being followed for the wiping cloths and sanitizing solution. The solution strength was below standards on one report and above on another, the inspector wrote.
In response to the types of retraining provided to maintain its A-level safety standards, the manager declined to an on-the-record comment.