THE NOT SO GOOD FOOD SCENE




RULES OF THE NO-GO-LIST

WE DO NOT RECOMMEND NOR WILL WE RETURN TO THESES PLACES DUE TO:

  • Repeated inspection failures - we monitor daily 
  • Dirty properties, inside and exterior, also next door to a topless emporium
  • Unclean food facility areas like the server tables even with sneeze guards
  • Overall Dirty kitchen and too many open containers
  • Stale food, old food, kept three days ( Severe problem found in all our Chinese Buffet )
  • Unclean appliances, like soda and shake machines  
  • Imbeciles beyond help either serving or in management  ( Big problem)  
  • Poor training, poor treatment of the help,
  • Reports by the County food  inspectors as to compliance with regulations
  • With a minimum of three visits to correct a single issue or problem  ( Data.tallahassee.com)
  • Other responsible professional critics like Dirty Dining  ( Excellent)
  • Anything involving Human Trafficking or Food Trafficking 
  • Misrepresenting the product, telling you its local Grouper and its some junk fish
  • Straight from the Bay except it was a bay in Indonesia, somewhere quite west of Los Angeles
  • Simply put their food and/or location was sub-par…  It was bad and / or stale / or a reheat.
  • A definitive lack of good food which encompasses taste, consistency, competitive, similar or different, and not updated, not very good management, over worked by bad supervising hours, staff, offerings, service, speed and efficiency. You will see this at the bottom of the page


DEATH - DIRTY - OLD FOOD BUFFETS POOR QUALITY —  Closed and Reopened County Food Inspectors, All four of our local Chinese Buffets were visited and disappointing on three occasions, involved in trafficking, two went to trial, food stored overnight and put out the next day as fresh, undersized low quality basics… They are repeated ly on the fine and closure lists.  People handle food too much as is common in their countries.  Dangerous place during COVID  

DISAPPOINTING VISITS AND BAD FOOD


5/2/2021   aljacobsladder.com