What if you found out your favorite restaurant re-used food which had been served to other customers? Health inspectors said it happened at a popular breakfast spot in Atlanta.

On Ashford Dunwoody Road in DeKalb County, a failing health inspection at Another Broken Egg Cafe left a customer with a broken heart.

The Atlanta restaurant scored 67 points and a U for unsatisfactory. The report said there was food residue on clean knives. Plus, employee shoes were stored in the food storage cabinet, and the report says butter served to customers was brought back to the kitchen and re-sued.

When asked why butter was being re-used, manager Ryan Ivory said, "Are you’ll recording this? Yeah, because I’m not allowed to speak on that."

After telling Ivory we wanted to make sure that wouldn't happen again, he said, "But I’m not allowed to speak about that. You’ve got to speak to the GM about that."

Management insisted it’s safe to eat at the restaurant, but it’s hard to know whether to believe it after seeing a wrong sign posted.

"You have a 94 and an A posted, which is wrong," I said. "You currently have a 67 and a U. So are you going to change that?"

"I can’t answer any of your questions, so I’m going to have to ask you all to leave," Ivory responded.

Other scores

Atlanta Bread Company on West Crossville Road in Roswell scored a 95. Firehouse Subs in Gwinnett County scored at 97. El Patron on Powder Springs Road in Marietta scored a 98 on a follow-up inspection.

Golden Spatula Award

While fishing around for a great spot, I found our catch at Marietta Fish Market on Canton Road. They’ve been here for more than a decade and have great items on the menu, including the paella, fried seafood, seafood bowl, and two pounds worth of crab legs.

They also have a giant seafood tower. There’s seafood everywhere!

They received a perfect 100. In fact, three in a row, and for that congratulations! They are the winner of the Golden Spatula Award!

I’m one lucky guy. I found the most beautiful ladies in the restaurant and they are from Campbell Stone Retirement Living in Buckhead.

I tried the bacon stuffed shrimp, and boy that’s good!

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