Restaurant Report Card for week of April 4

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(KWTX) Cici's Pizza on North Valley Mills Drive in Waco is the lowest score of the week with an 81.

Everything in the salad bar had to be thrown out because it wasn't being kept cold.

In the cooler next to that, they had to throw out mac and cheese and chicken nuggets.

None of their employees had food certifications available, and one of the ice machines was dirty.

They were re-inspected and the salad bar was still not working properly so they were told to thrown everything away every four hours, but they passed with a 97.

Old Chicago Pizza & Pasta in Killeen had to throw away ground beef, chicken and turkey because they weren't being kept cold enough in the low boy cooler.

The restaurant made a 91 on their inspection last month.

8 out of 40 employees still need their health cards and the freezer fans need to be cleaned.

The restaurant will also have to call out a pest company due to gnats in the bar area.

Peter Piper Pizza on New Road in Waco makes a 92.

Their three-compartment sink wasn't dispensing sanitizer so they had to start manually sanitizing the dishes.

A sanitizer bucket was stored on a food prep table and two carts that were used to pick up plates in the dining room were covered in splattered food.

Two days later all of the violations had been corrected.

Brody's Steakhouse in Belton is the Clean Plate winner this week.

You can find anything from ribeye to all-you-can-eat-catfish.

Check them out on 35 at Loop 121 every day except Mondays.