The owner of a very popular DeKalb County Chinese restaurant says he now has a system in place to assure his restaurant doesn't fail again.
Canton House on Buford Highway in Chamblee failed a health inspection twice in less than a year.
Wednesday, the restaurant got a score of 96 on a inspection after some quick action.
In October, Canton House in Chamblee failed with a 58.
It also failed with a 64 on May 23.
To stay open, the owner told Channel 2's Carol Sbarge that he had to present a long-term corrective plan to the DeKalb County Health Department.
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People often pack Canton House, which is especially known for its Dim Sum.
In the failing health inspection earlier this month, the violations included an employee touching face and the food without washing hands, multiple dishes stored as clean that were still dirty and excessive food debris buildup on kitchen floors.
Owner Cam Voung says he met with the DeKalb County Health Department this week.
He says he's retraining his employees and is scheduling another appointment with the health department to come back to the restaurant and do training.
Voung also says he started a system to assure that every day, the employees know exactly what they are supposed to do and mark it.
He says in 23 years, this is the first time Canton House has had two low scores.
The owner says he's determined to keep the score high and is apologizing to his customers.