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Restaurant Reports: Nine restaurants received perfect scores

Nine Tyler restaurants received perfect scores on their last health department inspections.

They are:

  • Wasabi Sushi Bar & Asian Bistro, 5617 Donnybrook, Tyler (0 Demerits)
  • Chris and Sam's Bar & Grill, 2210 Three Lakes Pkwy #140, Tyler (0 Demerits)
  • Subway #10892, 4201 S Broadway, Tyler (0 Demerits)
  • Burger King #17323, 7445 S Broadway, Tyler (0 Demerits)
  • Happy Donuts, 213 W Main, Bullard (0 Demerits)
  • Donut Palace, 5530 Old Jacksonville, Tyler (0 Demerits)
  • Southern Classic Chicken, 411 Glenwood, Tyler (0 Demerits)
  • El Charro on the Ridge, 6899 Oak Hill Blvd, Tyler (0 Demerits)
  • Donuts Plus, 18748 S US Highway 69, Tyler (0 Demerits)

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