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Old 08-14-2010, 12:23 PM
 
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I don't care what they say, I loved that place. Health inspectors are a buncha stuck up u know whats; I know cuz I own a few restaurants. Rest in peace crazy buffet, you will be missed.

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Old 08-15-2010, 07:32 AM
 
Location: Orlando
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The health inspectors in our town are not given much resources. I had a sandwich from Arbys that an employee spit on and they were unable to test for human biologicals.....

If given their limited resources they deem a place as unsafe. I'm really good with that. I find the Chinese restaurants in town seem to be notorious for cutting corners on sanitation.. I have personally witnessed food being placed over trash cans prior to being cooked, cross contamination with raw chicken. babies being set on counters (ewww) A pizza worker comoing in from outside smoking without washing his hands to place his hands in pizza dough.

These things can cause your salmonella outbreaks which can make you very sick and even die.

I am glad they close these nasty places down and protect our interests. I will call a restaurant out when I see a violation. I pay good money for what I expect to be the safe presentation of food. I will settle for nothing less.

If you are suggesting the health dept is too harsh then I can bet you have never been poisoned ina restaurant. Here is a clue.... fever, chills, not knowing which end to place over the toilet and both being required simultaneous...It is one horrible experience. I was far luckier than others have been

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restaurants beware some of us will take action when we see violations. More power to the health department. Keep them clean and safe.

Good riddance to the Crazy Buffet, shame on them for putting the public at risk.
 
Old 08-15-2010, 11:22 AM
 
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They need to put post grades on restaurant doors. Think of it as an FCAT school grade for restaurants.
 
Old 08-16-2010, 07:26 AM
 
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It wasn't the health inspectors that shut them down. It was people losing their homes and jobs that caused them to go out of business. Economy went down, people started going less and less, they started using cheaper materials to cut cost, and everybody lost in the end. Most people aren't paying $25 per person when there's a taco bell around the corner.

Health inspectors are people and they can easily be persuaded to rubber stamp a restaurant if they have it good with the management or the owner, so let's not make Orlando health inspectors out to be Captain Planet here.

People that's been in Orlando for awhile know that Crazy Buffet was the best. I've been going there since they opened like 10 years ago, and I've never gotten sick. R.I.P.
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