Restaurant Report Card: November 5, 2018 - WSIL-TV 3 Southern Illinois

Restaurant Report Card: November 5, 2018

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WSIL -- Our first stop is the Carbondale location of Don Sol. The Jackson County inspector gave the spot an 89.

One critical violation was found. Cooked rice was not being stored cool enough and it didn't have a label with the prep date on it. The rice was thrown away as a result. A wooden cutting board needed to be replaced and some food items in the refrigerator were not covered. Both were two point violations.

The Marion location of Don Sol got a 95. The Williamson County inspector didn't note any critical violations. The back prep tables needed to be cleaned, which was a two point loss. A storage area also needed to be cleaned better.

Iron Horse Tavern in Sesser received a 97. The Franklin County inspector took away a couple points because utensils needed to be cleaned better.

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