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.
Some call it the best pho in Portland, but Pho Hung's score left plenty to be desired.
This local bar advertises stiff drinks, a giant Jenga game and karaoke - clothing optional! But it also racked up violations with the health department.
After twenty-five years it is still open in the same building on Commercial Avenue. But it also has a history of low health scores.
Tabb's Sports Bar & Grill in Cornelius, where Kansas City fans hang out, got a low health score and KATU Problem Solver Kerry Tomlinson shows us why the owner is not too happy about the inspection.
Some call Slim's a dive bar, but the food gets rave reviews. But what about the review from the health inspector? Not as good.
Bridgeport Ale House on Southeast Hawthorne is a big name in beer but the health score is low. One of the violations was that hot food was not hot enough. Also, food in the temperature danger zone.
It was not happy hour at the Shady Lady, a new bar in Northeast Portland, when the inspector came in for a look in the kitchen.