Gutbusters Breakfast at 4919 Flat Shoals Parkway in DeKalb County got busted by more than just the health department this week.
CBS46 News discovered the restaurant posted the wrong health inspection score misleading customers.
"First thing, I look up here and see you have a 100 posted, but really you have a 68. Why are you posting the wrong score?" CBS46's Adam Murphy asked.
"First of all, I'm not the manager or anything, I'm not saying anything on the microphone. He's not here, so I'm not speaking on the microphone darling," a Gutbusters employee said.
Gutbusters in Decatur failed with 68-points and a "U" for unsatisfactory. An employee was cutting potatoes without washing them first, raw eggs were in a squeeze bottle at an unsafe temperature and an employee was washing dishes without sanitizer.
"Were you guys using dirty dishes?" Murphy asked.
"No we're not and I'm not answering any questions because I'm just a worker here," a Gutbusters employee said.
"So you don't have a manager here to oversee what's going on right now?" Murphy asked.
"The manager is not here right now," a Gutbusters employee said.
We did get a hold of the manager on the phone and he said everything has been corrected. He also told CBS46 that the health department will be training his entire staff about food safety this week. Gutbusters Breakfast later received 94-points and an "A" on a re-inspection.
In Gwinnett County, The Crossing at 40 South Peachtree Street in old Norcross picked up 91-points and an "A." In Fulton County, Chick-fil-A at 340 Boulevard NE in Atlanta picked up a 95 and in Henry County, Empson's Deli at 1445 Rock Quarry Road in Stockbridge received 99-points and an "A."
Our featured restaurant of the week is Takorea at 4474 Chamblee Dunwoody road in Dunwoody. They serve Korean food with a Mexican flare. Plus, everything is under $10 and they received a perfect health score.
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