(Orange, Texas)

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September 16, 2013

Health Scores

ORANGE — Overall, the area food establishments had a good week concerning health code inspections.

Wok D’Lite located at 33 Strickland Drive in Orange received a 90 out of a possible 100 during a recent inspection. The restaurant received demerits for dead roaches found and containers in need of being cleaned of old foods as well as the inside of the walk-in cooler.

Other scores include:

• Senor Toro Mexican restaurant

1298 North Main Street


Score: 97

• Noah’s Seafood Kitchen

950 North Main Street


Score: 96

Demerits are for storing cabbage inside “bed, Bath and Beyond” plastic bags. It is noted on the report that the manager pulled the foods from the coolers.

• Wright’s BBQ

1096 North Main Street


Score: 96

demerits are for the need of hair restraints.

The following location had zero violations and received a perfect score of 100:

• Little Flock Daycare

8257 Highway 87 North

Little Cypress

• New York Pizza and Pasta

500 South Street


• Woogies Sandwiches

1165 North Main Street


• Peggy’s On The Bayou II

10817 Hwy. 62


• Kids Snowcones

465B Texas Ave.

Bridge City

• Charlie Bar B Q

Corner of Hwy. 1132 and Hwy. 12


• Charlotte’s Shaved Ice

110 South Main Street


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