AratedONLY.com, The national database of Health Department A Rated Restaurants congratulates the following Missouri City Texas Restaurants for winning their city’s annual “Clean Restaurant Award”. Each of the 21 eateries that received a Clean Restaurant Award earned a score of 95 or above and did not have a critical violation.
Chef Rey’s, 2865 Dulles Ave. (100; first-time winner)
Fryday’s Sports Grill, 3760 Cartwright Road (100; first-time winner)
Fun Tiki Family Entertainment, 3310 Murphy Road (100; second win since 2008)
Grace’s Cafe, 1909 Texas Parkway (100; fifth win since 2004)
Kolache Factory, 6215 Highway 6 (100; first-time winner)
La Escondida, 7270 Highway 6, Suite 500 (100; first-time winner)
Tokyo Gardens Catering, 4724 Highway 6 (100; first-time winner)
Bricks Burgers, 6250 Highway 6 (97; first-time winner)
Burger King, 1254 Murphy Road (97; first-time winner)
Chick-fil-A, 6124 Highway 6, (97; ninth win since 2004)
Edible Arrangements, 8740 Highway 6, Ste. 110 (97; first-time winner)
Kenshin Sushi, 4751 Highway 6 (97; tenth win since 2004)
Pierson’s Cajun & Country Cafe, 3843 Cartwright Road (97; first-time winner)
QQ China Cafe, 10330 Highway 6 (97; first-time winner)
Smoothie Factory, 5330 Highway 6, Ste. 116 (97; third win since 2006)
Russo’s, 10350 Highway 6 (97; first-time winner)
Star Snow Ice, 4713 Highway 6 (97; third win since 2006)
Carino’s Italian Grill, 5750 Highway 6 (96; eighth win since 2005)
Pepperoni’s Sienna, 4225 Sienna Parkway (96; ninth win since 2004)
Einstein Bros. Bagels, 6261 Highway 6 (95; first-time winner)
Whataburger, 8820 Highway 6 (95; first-time winner)
Restaurant scores are based on a 100-point system and letter grade similar to an academic grading system. An "A" grade is the highest. A number grade is given to restaurants that score fewer than 70 points. Each restaurant is allowed an owner-initiated inspection once a year that gives it a chance to improve its score. The restaurant owner must request and pay for that inspection.
AratedONLY.com Chief Executive Scott Skolnick says: Larger cities should follow the example of Missouri City Texas. This city, of only 75,000 people, has decided to emphasize the importance of good cleanliness and proper sanitary practices. The stakes are much higher in our country’s larger urban areas where some restaurants can serve hundreds of people every day. We look forward to adding cities like Missouri City to our national database of A Rated Restaurants in the months ahead.
Congratulations to the owners, managers and employees of all these award winning establishments who are clearly operating with the public interest in mind.”
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