Report: Atlanta Which Wich didn’t display failed health inspection

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The restaurant received a 66 on its most recent inspection.

UPDATE: Atlantic Station's Which Wich passed a re-inspection Thursday with a 90/A. The report noted two violations: Cole slaw and tomatoes held at too-warm temperatures, and that the inspection report wasn't posted for public view.

ORIGINAL STORY (published March 22):Which Wich Superior Sandwiches failed a recent health inspection, Fulton County records show.

The popular chain’s Atlantic Station location scored a 66/U following the Tuesday evaluation. Scores below 70 are considered failing.

According to the report, there was sticky fly trap “stored directly (above the) vegetable prep sink where tomatoes where actively being prepared during the time of the inspection.”


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Officials also reported no soap at a food service employee sink and a failure to post the most recent food service health inspection for public display.

The location’s prior score, from August, was a C. Which Wich did not immediately respond to requests for comment Thursday.

Follow-up inspections are generally completed within 10 days of the original evaluation.

Learn more about health inspections,and look up scores for Fulton County restaurants here.


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Which Wich Superior Sandwiches

265 18th St. NW

Atlanta, GA 30363

Score: 66

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