One of the area’s Boston Fish Supreme fast food restaurants has some work to do to pull up a recent failing inspection score.
The restaurant at 3263 Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway in south Atlanta scored a 60/U during a routine inspection because the facility and some of the kitchen equipment wasn’t clean.
The inspector noted food debris on the can opener and on the cooler doors and lids. The walls and kitchen floor, and the freezer floor, all needed cleaning, the inspector said.
The restaurant also had a lot of clutter. Employee personal items were found throughout the kitchen. The facility housed unused, broken equipment that needed to be repaired or removed.
In other violations, several food items in the cooler were uncovered and subject to contamination. There were no date markings on food left in the refrigerator. And food containers were not labeled.
Some food was not put in a container, but stored directly on a refrigerator shelf.
An employee at Boston Fish Supreme said the staff had to “do a few things” to prepare for a follow-up inspection, but was confident the restaurant’s score would improve. Its previous score was a 97/A.
A recently featured restaurant showed an improvement on its follow-up inspection. Great Wall Buffet, 4484 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway, Hiram, brought its score up to an 89/B.
Here are other recent inspection scores from area restaurants.
– by Laura Berrios for the Food & More blog
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