Georgia has rules it requires every food service operation to follow. These are just a few of the many health and safety regulations.

Popular Dunwoody Indian spot fails inspection with ‘numerous flies’ 

A popular Dunwoody Indian restaurant failed its recent health inspection with a variety of issues.

Bay Leaf, located at 4639 North Shallowford Road, received a 39 out of a 100 on Tuesday, according to the inspector’s report. Among the problems were “numerous flies”; food residue on supposedly clean cooking equipment; spices stored uncovered; and food temperature problems.

Prakash Nagarajan, an employee, said Thursday the problems had already been fixed.

Restaurants that fail are typically rechecked within 10 days.


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Bay Leaf

4639 North Shallowford Road, Dunwoody

Score: 39

Report: here.

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