Restaurant Report Card: 22 pounds of food unsafe to eat at Museum District restaurant

HOUSTON – In the heart of the Museum District, Danton's Gulf Coast Seafood on Montrose boasts memories of days gone by.

But inspectors took issue with food that wasn't safe for human consumption. They condemned 22 pounds of food, including crab, pork, chicken and cheese.

At Pho Vang on the Northwest Freeway, inspectors spotted slime in the ice machines and ordered the management to get rid of the ice and clean the machine.

Inspectors condemned more food at Andy's Home Cafe on 11th Street in The Heights.
Beef, beans, rice and chicken were all tossed out after inspectors found it being stored at dangerous temperatures

The soda machine at Shipley Donuts on Rankin road was contaminated with pinkish-black slime. Inspectors also found flies in the food prep area.

Taco cabanaCabana in the 13,000 block of the East Freeway made the list this week for keeping food at dangerous temperatures overnight. Inspectors condemned the food that wasn't safe for human consumption.

You can read the full inspection reports here:

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