Snellville eatery fails inspection for second time

A Snellville restaurant with “egg roll” in its moniker failed its health inspection for a second time due to egg rolls being stored incorrectly and a moldy ice maker, among other violations.

Mr. Egg Roll, located at 3303 Centerville Highway, failed its Georgia Department of Public Health inspection with a score of 58/ U Tuesday, according to a GDPH inspection report.  In a follow-up inspection in October, Mr. Egg Roll scored a 92, but had failed its routine September inspection.

Click here for the restaurant’s full inspection report. 

A health inspector noted such violations as egg rolls, spring rolls and wontons stored in a residential cooler with no date marks, build-up of mold-like substance in the ice machine and butter stored in a reused vinegar bottle.

Employee food was also stored in the same area as commercial food items, according to the report.

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The Gwinnett County health inspector suggested staff clean the area around the back door of pollen accumulation and repair a leaky valve at the wok station.

A follow-up inspection will be conducted next week.

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