Keeping food at the right temperature is a big part of running a restaurant. It prevents food borne illnesses and it's required by the health department. But Houston inspectors found plenty of temperature problems in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
There are a lot of new dining options in downtown Houston from tapas to sushi and even Italian, but this week, quite a few downtown eateries got dinged by health inspectors and ended up in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
Tacos, Thai food and Chinese buffet. If you're a fan of these cuisines, this week's Restaurant Report Card is one you'll want to see. Houston health inspectors found some big violations when they stopped by these popular locations.
A mouse is never a good sight to see at a restaurant, but a dead mouse is better than a live one, and it still got one location dinged by Houston health inspectors in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
A downtown hot spot gets hit by health inspectors again. And salad, soup and health food were all deemed hazardous. KPRC Local 2 Consumer Expert Amy Davis has the details in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
It was lunchtime when Local 2's Amy Davis dropped in the Taco Bell at 5772 Hollister. A week earlier, inspectors said they found off-temperature taco meat, rice and chicken, no hot water and flies in the kitchen.
We're going upscale in this week's Restaurant Report Card. Restaurant rating service Zagat says Benjy's on Washington Avenue has "knock-out American fare and stellar people watching." The customers may be cool, but ...
A rat made an appearance during one restaurant's recent inspection and another restaurant is under the microscope after a customer got sick. Here are the complaints and inspections keeping health inspectors busy in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
If you've had the unfortunate experience of finding bugs in your food pantry, you probably wondered where they came from. In this week's Restaurant Report Card consumer expert Amy Davis is getting to the root of the problem at a popular grocery store chain.
Thousands of us trust day cares to look after our little ones. They train, watch and teach our children every day. Something else they do is feed children. That's why we're checking out the kitchens of local day cares in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
Whether you're eating high on the hog or you're being thrifty, you expect your food to be clean. It's why we're pointing out violations at a high-dollar steakhouse and a dollar store in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
Maybe you've heard that the best time to eat at a restaurant is just after the health inspector visits. The idea is that the owner will have cleaned up the place, but that theory doesn't hold up in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
Imagine sitting down for a bite to eat with a friend, and then realizing it's not just the two of you at your table. When an uninvited guest made one woman lose her appetite, she called KPRC Local 2 consumer investigator Amy Davis to get the restaurant on this week's Restaurant Report Card.
Live insects and rats are two things that should definitely not be in a kitchen. But health inspectors found them. From fast-food to fancy to a day care for kids, we've got you covered in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
The school cafeteria is a restaurant if it's where you have to eat five days a week, and what inspectors found in one school kitchen lead consumer investigator Amy Davis to include it in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
A repeat visit to one Houston pizza place finds even more serious violations, but there are two spotless places in this week's Restaurant Report Card where you can take your family to chill out and have some fun.
From a doughnut shop to an upscale department store café, this week's Restaurant Report Card has a little bit for everyone. We also threw in a couple of non-restaurants because they were just too gross not to.
All across our area, there are kitchens serving food to your kids every day, whether they like it or not. KPRC Local 2 consumer investigator Amy Davis takes the Restaurant Report Card to school cafeterias.
You don't even have to eat out to have an interest in this week's Restaurant Report Card. That's because health inspectors checked out the deli at a local grocery store, and what they found just might make you lose your appetite.