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Restaurant Report Card

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A new year brings new report cards for the area. 2014 could be a clean slate for restaurants if they've been keeping their new years resolutions of no violations.

Health Inspectors come by without notice, to see which places are following the health codes.

Moe's Southwest Grill recently received 4 non-critical violations.

The flat-top grill needed cleaning along with the floors, and crumbs were found in a utensil storage container.

The health inspector commented on the inspection form the following:

"The floor around the mop sink and the ice maker requires cleaning. A customer service counter storage cabinet requires cleaning. A utensil storage container has some food crumbs in it. The work table for the flat-top grill requires cleaning."

The manager talked with Valley News Live and assures everything was cleaned up on the spot. He also adds they are working on improving their cleaning.

Osaka Sushi & Hibachi did improve since December when they were given two critical violations. The most recent inspection had no critical, but 3 non-critical violations. That was from floors that needed cleaning and walls that had food spilled on them.

The health inspector commented on the inspection form the following:

"Floor underneath fixed equipment requires cleaning from food/grease build up. Wall requires cleaning from food debris buildup. Discontinue to line shelves with cardboard and or cloth napkins."

The manager spoke with Valley News Live and said they also cleaned up the spots right away.

But one restaurant hasn't only had no violations this year, but over all has kept things tidy for inspections for a number years.

This time the clean plate award goes to Wendy's off 44th street and 18th avenue south.

The manager says they work by the rule to "Do What's Right!". She explained that means keeping the restaurant clean and the food safe.

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