Tin Loong Restaurant of Blue Ridge, G...

Tin Loong Restaurant of Blue Ridge, Georgia

There are 38 comments on the Associated Content story from Oct 19, 2010, titled Tin Loong Restaurant of Blue Ridge, Georgia. In it, Associated Content reports that:

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No Chinese

Jasper, GA

#1 Oct 19, 2010
The 69 they received on inspection dampens the idea of eating their food..........
sorry but

Fairburn, GA

#2 Oct 19, 2010
No Chinese wrote:
The 69 they received on inspection dampens the idea of eating their food..........
Not to me! I live in Atlanta & ate they're yesterday. Believe me, It was fantastic! Eat at home! Thank you Tin Loong! Good meal & nice waitresses!
No Chinese

Jasper, GA

#3 Oct 20, 2010
Do as you choose but we in the country seem to be more particular about what we eat.;o)
cutie blueridge ga

Ellijay, GA

#4 Oct 20, 2010
I'm from the country my family loves Tin Loongs and sends everyone we know to eat there. It's a GREAT place
James

Blairsville, GA

#5 Oct 20, 2010
Who cares what some Asslantan thinks anyways...
Lisa

Onalaska, WA

#6 Oct 20, 2010
Tin Loong leaves much to be desired. Everything tastes the same....like cardboard.
cutie blueridge ga

Ellijay, GA

#7 Oct 20, 2010
hey james get a job like a real MAN! lisa we was talking about Tin Loong not your cooking by the way I'm from Blueridge
Not me

Fairburn, GA

#8 Oct 20, 2010
Born and raised right here in Blue Ridge. Just because my internet says Atlanta doesn't mean I'm from Atlanta. Idiot!
Not me

Fairburn, GA

#9 Oct 20, 2010
Not me wrote:
Born and raised right here in Blue Ridge. Just because my internet says Atlanta doesn't mean I'm from Atlanta. Idiot!
I do have to work but I must visit my family as well.
Local

United States

#10 Oct 20, 2010
No Chinese wrote:
The 69 they received on inspection dampens the idea of eating their food..........
You need to read what they were violated for before you go around trash talkin, you local idiot!
No Chinese

Jasper, GA

#11 Oct 20, 2010
Local wrote:
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You need to read what they were violated for before you go around trash talkin, you local idiot!
Only a "FOOL" would try to dismiss a poor score on food inspection by the county as OK. You seem to imply that there are good 69 scores and bad ones. You obviously are a product of the local "PUBLIC" education system and could care less what you eat. I hate to break this to you but a failing grade is a failing grade when it comes to sanitation. Of course your kitchen at home is much the same so you wouldn't know the difference.
Country Girl

Ellijay, GA

#12 Oct 23, 2010
Tin Loong is a very good place to eat. The owners are great I understand every place has there good days and bad days. I still give a thumbs up to him and his wife. They are hard workers.
Duh

United States

#13 Oct 25, 2010
uh yeah you can kinda understand when they don't get a perfect score because they do count off for petty things, but a 69 is not petty things its just nasty as sh!t
Anonymous

Silver Creek, WA

#14 Nov 1, 2010
I ate there a while back & was sitted to the rear side of the cook at the Hibachi table, enabling me to really observe his technique. He did not change utensils from use with the raw chicken, etc. to putting the cooked food on plates. Yuk!
about health scores

Paonia, CO

#15 Nov 1, 2010
Just to give the public a clue. Shannon at the health department went into a local restaurant (not this one) and they had food on the floor of the walk in when he asked the Chef what the deal was and was lied to ...said he just received a delivery which was untrue. Received a delivery four days prior. Shannon stated "We wont go in there then". Their was questionable quality food being served along with stuff on the floor. and they got away with it. This is the way our health department works. They harass others whom they have a bone to pick and go out of their way to find things wrong.......digging hard and yet protect our residences by skipping out on checking the most important areas of a restaurant!!! GO FIGURE!! GREAT JOB SHANNON!!
Overdrive

Ellijay, GA

#16 Nov 1, 2010
SeeAlot wrote:
I ate there a while back & was sitted to the rear side of the cook at the Hibachi table, enabling me to really observe his technique. He did not change utensils from use with the raw chicken, etc. to putting the cooked food on plates. Yuk!
I just wonder how many of you that just knows everything there is to know, would pass an inspection of your own kitchen? I would dare to say that few of you would get good or even passing scores. Who among you wash your hands each and every time you change from raw to cooking? keep a drink next to the sink? Better put a lid on it. Do you identify and date each leftover you place in the fridge? Do you wear a hair net or cap while preparing food? And I just know that each of you disinfect your counters and all your utensils and never lay the chicken out on the counter and I am sure you have a different cutting board for meat, veggies, pastry and so forth and always wash and AIR dry your dishes before putting them away.
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Ellijay, GA

#17 Nov 1, 2010
Overdrive wrote:
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I just wonder how many of you that just knows everything there is to know, would pass an inspection of your own kitchen? I would dare to say that few of you would get good or even passing scores. Who among you wash your hands each and every time you change from raw to cooking? keep a drink next to the sink? Better put a lid on it. Do you identify and date each leftover you place in the fridge? Do you wear a hair net or cap while preparing food? And I just know that each of you disinfect your counters and all your utensils and never lay the chicken out on the counter and I am sure you have a different cutting board for meat, veggies, pastry and so forth and always wash and AIR dry your dishes before putting them away.
Spoken like a true local red neck hill billy. Things change along with the rules once you open your door and invite the public in to eat. If you choose to poison yourself that's one thing but don't press your nastiness on the public.
Overdrive

Ellijay, GA

#18 Nov 1, 2010
In response to a REDNECK wrote:
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Spoken like a true local red neck hill billy. Things change along with the rules once you open your door and invite the public in to eat. If you choose to poison yourself that's one thing but don't press your nastiness on the public.
Nope, I am one of the one's that moved here and I already see that you do not know how to read. I am not pushing anything to anyone. I just asked how many of you would think your own kitchen would pass inspection. I know it just comes down to you know it goes on you just don't want to know about it. And that thing about inviting the public in to eat. I do that on a real regular basis and I serve the best qued baby backs in North Georgia. And by the way, there is no way to make real good bar-b-que and follow anyone's inspection rules. Have not poisoned anyone yet, and the crowd just gets bigger each time I am cooking. Now, if you don't want to show up that is fine, I don't have any reading material lying around but if you do show up, bring your own beer.
You gotta be kidding

Ellijay, GA

#19 Nov 1, 2010
Overdrive wrote:
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Nope, I am one of the one's that moved here and I already see that you do not know how to read. I am not pushing anything to anyone. I just asked how many of you would think your own kitchen would pass inspection. I know it just comes down to you know it goes on you just don't want to know about it. And that thing about inviting the public in to eat. I do that on a real regular basis and I serve the best qued baby backs in North Georgia. And by the way, there is no way to make real good bar-b-que and follow anyone's inspection rules. Have not poisoned anyone yet, and the crowd just gets bigger each time I am cooking. Now, if you don't want to show up that is fine, I don't have any reading material lying around but if you do show up, bring your own beer.
Well of course you're right .... Let's abolish all sanitation and safety inspections in Fannin county. You LOCALS are NUTS! What you'll do or say to justify allowing FILTH in the local kitchens.
Overdrive

Ellijay, GA

#20 Nov 1, 2010
You gotta be kidding wrote:
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Well of course you're right .... Let's abolish all sanitation and safety inspections in Fannin county. You LOCALS are NUTS! What you'll do or say to justify allowing FILTH in the local kitchens.
It's hard to say if we have someone else that can't read or just the same hard head, different name. I never said to abolish any regulations. I am just asking any of you to look at yourselves before you bash a local eatery for a score of anything. I am telling you to find out what the infractions are. Some of them are very serious, but if they are that bad, how does it remain open? Who is the authority of a bad inspection and how bad must it be? If you are convinced that Tin Loong is that bad you have a choice, don't go or pay a visit to the health department and ask them why the place is still open. But if you were to come up with the intestinal fortitude to go to the health department I can tell you before you go what answer you most likely will receive. They were caught, they have a chance to correct the infractions, if they pass the re-inspection they are allowed to carry on business as usual. As long as folks eat there and no one shows up at the hospital with poisoning that can be traced back to the sushi or anything else at Tin Loong's chances are they will remain open or maybe if they fail a series of inspections they could be shut down.
Oh, and thanks for recognizing me as a local, not a native, but I am local, Thanks.

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