Nacho Mama's in Tualatin had several problems, which prompted health officials to give it a failing score. See how much it improved.
It's easy to find a teriyaki place around Portland and many get good health scores, but one local restaurant almost flunked its health inspection.
The sushi has to be frozen first before you eat it to kill parasites. Restaurants can buy fish already frozen or they can do it themselves. But they have to freeze it deep enough to make the kill.
Tarboush on Southeast Hawthorne offers a bit of history, and hookah, and now a low health score.
El Paraiso Tropical in Beaverton got the hot food hot enough but did not cool it the right way. And that's one of the big things in a restaurant that can make you sick.
Here are two things you may not order up for yourself: Spider webs and a stinky smell. But that is what the health department found at Moy's Kitchen in Salem.
Chopsticks on Southeast Hawthorne was not using enough of any kind of roach control to keep the pests out.
Restaurants in Oregon may soon face new rules for how they make food and how they get scores from the health department.
We get a lot of questions about food carts. They do get inspected, just like full-sized restaurants, but these small spaces do not get scores.
Sushi To Go opened up about a year ago and the score has been falling ever since.
A local lunch place received a laundry list of violations, including workers not washing their hands after coughing.
This restaurant in Tualatin changed its name on the first of the new year from Juan Colorado to Celia's. And it got a new inspection as well. The new score, though, not a change for the better.
Thai Express at Pioneer Place got a score of 75 in January after health inspectors found rodents in the restaurant.
Legin on Southeast Division, a well-known Portland restaurant, gets a low health score – again. This time it involves a raw pig.