Find out what's lurking behind the kitchen door of your favorite
restaurant. How do they fair under the watchful eye of the Brazos County Health Department? KBTX continues to look at which Brazos Valley restaurants are making the grade and which ones aren't.
Here's what inspectors found during the week of December 9:
Inspectors were busy at Ken Martin's, where they found rodent droppings, eggs that needed to be thrown out, and for a third time, a scoop handle laying in the ice. The Safari Grille is slapped with a $500 fine and a 75.
It's a 79 for Sloppy Joe's on Texas Avenue in Bryan for moldy lemons, and for a second time, food at the wrong temperature.
Taste of China is told to clean the floors and underneath its equipment, and scores an 83.
Knives and a microwave needs cleaning at Chili's resulting in an 87.
While Texas Roadhouse is told to clean its bar nozzles and cooks up a 93.
Finally, this week's gold stars go to Hot Dog's Etc. on Texas Avenue and Madden's in downtown Bryan.
To view the entire report click here.
The KBTX Restaurant Report card airs each Thursday at 10 p.m. on 10 at Ten.
For all previous reports click here.
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