Food for Thought: 2/10 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Food for Thought: 2/10

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Health inspectors checked up on dozens of Lubbock restaurants this week to make sure the food your family is served is safe to eat. The inspectors took a lot of local customer complaints this week, and they surprised each of those restaurants with an inspection. None of those made our low performer list. We have five stops on our road to perfection.

We'll start at Chip's at 5164 69th Street; they serve up a perfect score. George's at 5407 4th Street cut through the competition. For those of you with a sweet tooth, Sugarbaker's at 4601 S. Loop 298 has zero critical violations. Drive through Wendy's at 5212 Slide Road, they bagged a perfect score. Our last stop on the tour of perfection is new to Lubbock, Larry's Giant Subs at 4415 S. Loop 289; they sliced their way to the top of our Food For Thought list for the very first time. To look at a list of all the reports this week click here.

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