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Food For Thought: 7 repeat top performers

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Health inspectors checked behind the kitchen doors of 75 Lubbock restaurants this week to make sure the food you and your family are served is safe to eat. It's all good news in Food For Thought this week. We have ten top performers, and out of those ten, seven have been in our top performer spot light before.

Let's start our tour of perfection with those restaurants that have topped our list more than one time. This makes the 9th appearance at the top for Caprock Café at 5217 82nd. Catalina's restaurant at 1519 34th Street has another perfect score. If you need a break from shopping, Corndog Heaven at 6002 Slide Road has a history of flawless inspections. India Palace at 3021 34th tops our list yet again. Pedro's Tamales at 8207 Highway 87 bags a perfect score. You can wake up with Rise ‘N' Shine Donuts at 5604 Slide for a side of perfection. The United Market Street bakery, coffee shop, fuel station, grocery, meat and fish, pizza and pasta, produce, and the restaurant and deli at 3405 50th Street adds another top performer to their menu. New to our list: Beef O' Brady's at 5510 4th Street impressed health inspectors, Dimba's at 5010 Quaker did as well. We finish up our perfect week at Donut Depot at 3612 34th Street.

 For a full list of this week's reports click here.

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