A Buford restaurant that failed three consecutive routine health inspections and received a failing grade of 67 on its most recent assessment was reinspected and received a grade of 92.
Pimenton Parrilla at 1570 Buford Highway NE in Buford was inspected by the Georgia Department of Public Health on Monday, May 8, and a follow-up inspection was conducted Tuesday, May 16.
Read the original article on Pimenton Parrilla here.
During the follow-up inspection, the inspector noted that the restaurant does not have a handwash sink in the bar area, thus garnishes and lemons for drinks cannot be cut or prep in that area, and dishes and cups cannot be washed in the three-compartment sink unless a hand sink is available for handwashing.
- The sole sanitizer bucket in the restaurant was not labeled with its common name
- The restaurant’s only chlorine sanitizer bucket prepped in house had a concentration above 100 ppm
- The person in charge was observed handling exposed food items without a hair restraint and while wearing a bracelet and rubber band on her wrist
- A wet wiping cloth was stored next to the grill area
- The most current inspection report was not posted in public view
View the full follow-up inspection report here.