CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Three Nueces County restaurants earned perfect scores on tonight’s Kitchen Cops report from Andy Liscano.
Domino’s Pizza at 3719 Leopard St. opened in January, but when the novel coronavirus pandemic hit, they closed the dining room. And it’s been closed ever since.
“Since they can’t dine in a lot of people aren’t really stopping by,” said Roland Martinez, Domino’s Pizza manager.
Despite the challenges Domino’s Pizza is facing, health inspectors stopped by and gave this place a perfect score of 100.
Greg Molina had the Kitchen Cops Perfect Score honors at the Mc Donald’s at 3211 SPID, near Kostoryz Road.
Meanwhile, Panda Express on Staples Street also earned a perfect score and sticker.
Juan Moreno’s been the manager here every time they’ve been rewarded because of what he tells his crew.
“Have it ready just like if your grandma was going to come and eat,” Moreno says. “Wouldn’t you like to serve her the same way?”
There are eight restaurants that made tonight’s A list and one with a score of 88.
Domino’s Pizza located at 3719 Leopard St.
McDonald’s located at 3211 SPID
Panda Express located at 4119 Staples St.
Taqueria La Escondida located at 3302 Leopard St.
McDonald’s located at 4031 Saratoga Blvd.
Papa Murphy’s Pizza located at 5017 Saratoga Blvd.
Jersey Mike’s located at 14221 Northwest Blvd.
Little Manila House Lumpia located at 2124 Waldron Rd.
Papi Chulo’s Mexican Restaurant located at 4861 Saratoga Blvd.
Cancun Mexican Restaurant located at 6314 Yorktown Blvd.
Schlotzsky’s located at 5630 Saratoga Blvd.
Takeniwa located at 5216 SPID
Raw chicken stored above shrimp
Chemicals stored next to food
Refrigerated food needs to be dated and covered
Employees must wear hair restraints
Store wiping cloths properly
Utensils needed to portion foods
Need ice scoop with a handle
Repair gaps in back door