These restaurants in Warner Robins, Centerville and Perry ace their health inspections
Most Houston County restaurants earned “A’s” at their routine health inspections in April, including multiple that had a perfect score of 100.
A half dozen other Houston County restaurants received “B’s” on their routine inspections from April 1 to April 30, according to what was reported in the state health department’s online portal Wednesday. Six restaurants received “C’s.”
No restaurant failed its routine inspection in April, according to what was reported in the online portal.
A perfect 100
Hibachi Buffet Sushi & Grill, 4025 Watson Blvd., Suite 160
Jamaican Flava Caribbean Cooking, 409 Commercial Circle
Krispy Krunchy Chicken, 280 Carl Vinson Parkway
Little Light Coffee Company, 4027 Watson Blvd.
Marco’s Pizza, 4993 Russell Parkway, Suite 430
Olive Garden, 3020 Watson Blvd.
Papa Johns Pizza, 808 Russell Parkway
Phatboy’s SmokeHouse, 705 Lake Joy Road
Salsa’s Mexican Grill, 738 Russell Parkway
Warner Robins area:
Bar Fitness Center, 101 Lochlyn Place, Suite E, Bonaire
Margaritas Mexican Grill, 766 Ga. 96, Suite 300, Bonaire
No Name Chicken, 778 Ga. 96, Suite 130, Bonaire
Olympia Gyros, 670 Lake Joy Road, Suite 150, Kathleen
Snellgrove Seafood Restaurant, 632 North Houston Lake Blvd., Centerville
Your Pie, 2764 Watson Blvd., Suite 700, Centerville
The Perfect Pear, 922 Carroll St.
Wendy’s, 1811 Houston Lake Road
A Taste of Creole
Orleans on Wheels
Rick D’s BBQ
Salsa’s Mexican Grill
How it works
State Environmental Health inspectors assign grades based on how many points are deducted from 100, with scores at 69 and below considered failing. An “A” is given for a score between 90 to 100 and denotes “food safety excellence.” A score of 80 to 89 is considered “satisfactory compliance” for a grade of “B,” while a “C” is given for “marginal compliance” based on a score of 70-79. A “U” for “unsatisfactory compliance” is given when a restaurant scores 69 or less.
Restaurant inspections are designed to protect public health. The Telegraph reviews inspection reports monthly and generally reports only the best and the worst scores.