Following is a list of five Peachtree Corners restaurants which have been inspected recently by the Gwinnett County's Board of Health.
The Board inspects area restaurants every six months which are then graded based on an extensive criteria that includes everything from food being stored at proper temperatures to employee hygiene.
Restaurants are required to display these reports in a prominent place for diners to view. This is what we found in a random search of inspections on the county's website.
To view the full report, click on the link labeled "Full Report" directly below the grade.Name: The Palace
Location: 6131 Peachtree Parkway
Inspection Date: Sept. 25, 2013
Comments: In use wet wiping cloths found stored in chlorine sanitizer that was above 100ppm. The person in charge remade the sanitizer to the proper concentration of 50-100ppm. Sanitizers for food contact surfaces should be used at proper concentration (50-100ppm chlorine or 200-400ppm quat) to properly sanitize and not be at potentially toxic concentrations.
Location: 5260 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard
Inspection Date: Sept. 18, 2013
Comments: Several containers of deli meats date marked with discard time that exceeds seven days. Discard dates were corrected by PIC. Potentially hazardous foods, once opened, should be sold, consumed and/or discarded within seven days (date opened is day one, plus six days, for a total of seven days)
Name: Panda Express
Location: 3200 Holcomb Bridge Road
Inspection Date: Sept. 26, 2013
Comments: Cold-held potentially hazardous foods not maintained below 41oF; no time controls/documentation in place (as noted on temperature observations). All cold-held potentially hazardous foods not being maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below for less than 4 hours were placed back into freezer to rapidly cool. All cold-held potentially hazardous foods not being maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below for more than 4 hours were discarded. Must ensure all cold-held potentially hazardous foods are maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below
Location: 7070 Jimmy Carter Boulevard
Inspection Date: Sept. 5, 2013
Comments: Employee preparing food not wearing a hair restraint. Employees wearing visors not effective for some employees preparing food. Hair restraints must be effective. No chlorine in sanitizer solution for cloth towels. Must maintain adequate, but safe level of chlorine in sanitizer solution for cloth towels.
Location: 6125 Peachtree Parkway
Inspection Date: Aug. 19, 2013
Comments: Original pancake batter, salsa, plain butter, liquid eggs, and lingonberry butter were holding at room temperature, cooler, or ice baths between 44-51 degrees Fahrenheit in the main prep area or server area. Cold-held potentially hazardous foods must maintained below 41 degrees Fahrenheit; no time controls/documentation in place. The employee decided to discard the foods.
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