A Forsyth County restaurant that failed health inspections twice this year had an old score posted showing an “A.”
J Buffalo Wings, in a strip shopping center on Market Place Boulevard in Cumming, failed a health inspection with a 39 on Oct. 27.
When Channel 2’s Carol Sbarge went to the restaurant the inspection score that was posted said 90, but that inspection was done in October 2014
“I think it’s false advertising. It’s wrong,” customer Rod McIver said.
McIver had just ordered food when Sbarge got the restaurant and she told him about the 39.
The violations included a worker slicing ready to eat food with bare hands, cooked chicken not held hot enough and employee’s medicine stored in prep area next to food contact surface.
It was the second time the restaurant failed this year. It got a 50 in April.
The general manager told Sbarge by phone the bad score doesn’t mean the food is bad.
Shawn Lee said there has been retraining of workers on the guidelines and on Nov. 10 they got an 85 on the reinspection.
McIver wasn’t taking any chances. He asked for his money back before they got their food.
The general manager apologized and said the food is safe.
by wsb tv