An inspection report dated Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, shows the popular eatery scored a 59-U in a follow up inspection. Flying Biscuit had scored a 40-U on Sept. 5.
The report indicates that the restaurant's FOOD SERVICE PERMIT IS SUSPENDED due to consecutive grades of "U". Food service must cease immediately.
Inspectors advised the restaurant's management that it would return within a week for a re-inspection.
Patch attempted to contact the restaurant for comment but no one answered. A recorded message asks callers to leave a message. A Patch reporter left a message which had not been returned by deadline for this story.
Following are the infractions listed on the latest failing inspection report:
- Employee contaminated her gloves prior to wrapping silverware by handling cell phone. Employee obtained new gloves. Single-use gloves must be changed when they become contaminated, torn/ripped, or there is a change in task. Corrected On-Site. Repeat Violation.
- Back rim of prep cooler not clean. Clean debris from back rim of prep cooler under the lid. All non-food contact surfaces of equipment must be free of accumulated debris and mold. Repeat Violation.
- Floor tiles are in disrepair or missing in several locations in the kitchen (example: underneath the dishwashing machine and pre-wash area). Repair the floors. They must be a smooth surface to facilitate cleanability. Repeat Violation.
- FOOD SERVICE PERMIT IS SUSPENDED due to consecutive grades of "U". Food service must cease immediately. Owner or persons responsible for the restaurant must attend a compliance hearing at the Environmental Health Office. The location is 455 GRAYSON HIGHWAY SUITE 600 LAWRENCEVILLE, GA 30046. Bring the completed corrective action plan, risk control plan, and inspection report to the hearing on Friday September 13, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.. Fees for additional inspections will be assessed tomorrow
Editor's note: The owner of the Flying Biscuit called after this story was published to report that he voluntarily closed so that he could make equipment repairs and for staff training. Patch will have a follow up story on Monday, Sept. 16, 2013.
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