There were no failures, but two Chattanooga area restaurants received low scores this week after Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department inspections.
One of the eateries improved its low score of 77 to a 96 this morning.
A dirty ice maker, an employee not wearing a proper hair restraint and a person in charge lacking food safety knowledge were among the reasons for the inferior marks.
Three area eateries received a perfect score of 100.
The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department inspects restaurants twice a year and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Scores below 70 require corrective action.
Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical standards. To file a health-related complaint, call the Department of Environmental Health at 209-8110. The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments.