Restaurant Report Card for week of January 10

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(KWTX) The Best Donuts and Kolache Shop in McGregor had to toss out some sausage, egg biscuits and sausage burritos that were sitting out for 4 hours.

What's odd, is that the inspector found a whole catfish in the freezer; the restaurant only serves breakfast.

They made an 88 overall.

Knives were in a rusted coffee can with food debris still on them and two drinks were on the prep table without a lid.

In 2016 we gave the Clean Plate award to the Shilo Inn in Killeen.

But last month, things weren't so shiny and the hotel restaurant scored a 91.

The manager said the night before the inspection the meat cooler stopped working forcing them to throw away pork chops, salmon, ham, chicken and fish that were warm.

But the issues didn't stop there.

They also had five heads of moldy cauliflower, three moldy green squash and a moldy honeydew, which were quickly tossed out.

They called out a repairman to service the cooler compressor.

Spiciness Mexican Grill on North Valley Mills in Waco gets an 88.

Dirty dishes were hanging on the wall with clean ones, spray bottles filled with yellow chemicals weren’t labeled and the handwashing sink in the kitchen didn’t have soap or paper towels.

However, they were able to quickly fix the problems in just a matter of days.

This week's Clean Plate award goes to Kim’s Diner on Waco Drive in Waco.