Restaurant Report Card

Problem Solvers Low health scores, failures: From Antoni's to Sushi to Go Low health scores, failures: From Antoni's to Sushi to Go
Antoni's on SW Canyon Road in Beaverton calls itself an American diner with a Mediterranean flair, run by a family with years of experience in restaurants. However, it failed its latest health inspection with a grade of 54. Below 70 is failing.

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The restaurant got 73 out of 100. Below 70 is a failing grade. The big problem was there was not enough heat or cold in the kitchen. Food was sitting out at room temperature, growing bacteria that could eventually make you sick.
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The health report says a whole raw pig was hanging over a bus tub of cooked meat in the walk-in, giving raw pig juices a chance to drip on the meat that goes straight out to your plate.