In­dian restau­rant fails again

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - - COUNTY BY COUNTY - By Pamela Miller For the AJC

A Cobb County restau­rant re­ceived its sec­ond failed in­spec­tion in a lit­tle over a year. Aachi’s In­dian Cui­sine in Smyrna scored 44/U on Nov. 30. Pre­vi­ous scores in­clude 92/A on Oct. 4, 2017, and 57/U on Sept. 21, 2017.

The in­spec­tor noted that there is no des­ig­nated per­son in charge of food safety until the front of house man­ager and/or chef ar­rives. Employees were work­ing for about three hours be­fore ei­ther per­son ar­rived. Other vi­o­la­tions in­cluded:

■ Employees weren’t wash­ing hands. One hand sink was be­ing used to wash pro­duce. Hot wa­ter didn’t work at any sinks.

■ Food (sea­son­ings and spices) was not cov­ered overnight.

■ Equip­ment was not prop­erly san­i­tized. Chlo­rine san­i­tizer was too weak and employees did not san­i­tize equip­ment af­ter wash­ing and rins­ing at three-compartment sink.

■ Fresh pro­duce (green squash) was not washed be­fore prep­ping.

■ Wa­ter was leak­ing from the ceil­ing over dish­washer machine and bev­er­age syrup dis­pens­ing stor­age unit.

■ Live and dead roaches were in the ware wash­ing area and on side cook­line prep counter.

Most restau­rants with failed scores are rein­spected within 10 days.

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