WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - When you think of dining out, you may think of calling ahead to make reservations, sitting down at a table and ordering an appetizer, or ordering a special dish from an extensive menu. The state inspected more than 200 restaurants last week, and only one earned a perfect score.
This week's top food establishment is on wheels.
Aloha Dogs is a hot dog stand located on Hank Aaron Drive in West Palm Beach near the Home Depot and Wendy's.
Owner Cindy Eddowes has been in business for 11 years and serves what she and her customers call the best hot dogs in West Palm Beach.
The food cart hasn't had a food safety violation since last December.
It may be easier to get a perfect score on a food cart than a full sized kitchen, but Aloha Dogs owner says she works hard to keep the cart clean.
"I probably have an unfair advantage being just a small little cart but I also do joke with my customers when they compliment me on my cleanliness is I have an OCD. I constantly clean. I have to," said Eddowes.