DeKalb Chinese spot rechecked after contamination concerns

5:22 p.m Monday, Nov. 20, 2017 DeKalb County
danny4stockphoto/Getty Images/iStockphoto
Chinese food (stock photo).

Update: The restaurant passed a re-inspection with a score of 88. Read the report here.

Original: A DeKalb County Chinese restaurant failed its recent health inspection after the inspector noted a variety of issues, including cross-contamination worries.

China Bucks, located at 5412 Buford Highway in Doraville, received a 64, according to the report.

A woman who answered the phone at the place Tuesday said the manager wasn’t there. The line disconnected, as it had once a few minutes before.

RELATED: Inspector: Dead rodent found near DeKalb restaurant outdoor grill

RELATED: Woman: Waffle House served me bleach

RELATED: Roaches found (again) in popular DeKalb Chinese restaurant

The report notes that the inspector saw “uncovered cooked shrimp stored next to a pool of eggs inside....reach-in-cooler,” as well as “cooked chicken wings stored next to raw chicken inside.”

The men’s room had no hot water.

The women’s stalls had no trash cans.

China Bucks

5412 Buford Highway, Doraville

Score: 64

Report: here.

Like DeKalb County News Now on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter

In other news: 

A busy road in DeKalb County was blocked off as investigators search for a person they said opened fire on a police officer.