Restaurant Report Card for Central Texas: 1.19.23

Waco, TexasKWTX)- Here is the report card for Central Texas restaurants this week:

K&W Bar & Grill at 6285 North Highway 6 in Woodway has been recently tested with 91, but there are still some issues to be resolved.

Certain types of ground beef, raw beef fajitas, sour cream and milk were not kept cold enough, according to a food safety official.

They were thrown out.

The restaurant was out of sanitizer test strips.

Cheese and leftover food accumulated inside the microwave.

There were also accumulations in other areas that needed to be cleared.


Parks Family Buffet at 4318 Bellmead Drive in Bellmead passed a recent test with a score of 91 despite some issues.

According to a food safety worker, there were black insects in the flour.

The administrator said that they no longer use it and threw it away.

Raw bacon was stored over a salad in a cold store, as well as over strawberry puree.

And some raw salmon thawed in the package and not the way it should.


Sunday Caribbean Oasis Bar & Grill 13960 China Spring Road 92 in China Spring was recently inspected as 92.

According to a food safety worker, one of the food vendors was not wearing a hair restraint.

The frozen chicken was left to thaw and the fly was on the cooking table.


And this week’s clean plate award goes to Royal Wings at 720 Franklin Avenue in Waco, inside Union Hall.

We can say that these parts of poultry are worthy of royalty.

You can get them at Teriyaki, Garlic Parmesan, and Louisiana, which brings you back to the bay.

You can also get a tender chicken sandwich that has a salad on top.

The information used to create the weekly KWTX “Restaurant Report Card” segments is gathered directly from publicly available records of regular inspections conducted by county health officials in Central Texas. KWTX does not determine which locations are reviewed, nor does it assign overall scores, which are expressed as a percentage. Any questions regarding the status of an inspection, re-inspection, or reported assessment should be directed to the health departments of the individual counties in which these facilities are located.

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