This new bar and restaurant screams "Portland." But its very first health score doesn’t sound so rosy. Click on the "Play Video" button above to watch this story.
This place on Southwest Park right by Portland State University earns a new grade, and it's a low one.
The health department says the restaurant "marginally complies with food safety standards."
The health inspector found that O'Sushi on Southeast 82nd had no hot water to keep your food safe. That was not the only issue. Click on the "Play Video" button to watch this story.
The new place is Los Colomos. It opened just a few weeks back, but its very first inspection netted a 57, which is far below the failing mark.
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.
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.
It's a piece of Portland history but this local legend now has a low health score.
Bai Mint Thai received a low health score as the restaurant prepared to celebrate its two-year anniversary.
It's a brand new buffet that has opened up and had its very first health inspection. But its first every score was a low one.
The health inspector found mistakes, some considered "priority," that must be corrected immediately.
Madison's calls itself an "Eastside Favorite," serving classic American Cuisine. But it got 63 on its last semi-annual health inspection, flunking.
Our Restaurant Report Card focuses on a barbecue place where you can cook your food at your table. But health inspectors focusing on the kitchen found violations.