Behind the Kitchen Door: Health department temporarily closed NW side Chinese takeout business
The San Antonio health department temporarily shut down a Northwest Side Chinese takeout restaurant in January for not having hot water, but that wasn’t the only violation cited by health inspectors last month.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Rodents, roaches, hazardous chemicals lead to health violations for SA restaurants
Recent health inspections of some San Antonio restaurants uncovered all kinds of gross violations -- from rodent droppings and roaches to bottles of hazardous chemicals that have no business being in a restaurant.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Convenience store kitchen shut down, popular coffee shops need serious cleaning
Health inspectors had to temporarily shut down a Northeast Side convenience store kitchen in October due to a lack of hot water, and two Jim’s restaurants were cited for being dirty and employees not using gloves, according to health inspection reports.
Behind the Kitchen Door: NW Side Mexican restaurant flunks health inspection, re-inspection shows some improvement
A Northwest Side Mexican restaurant flunked a recent health inspection, earning them one of the lowest scores in recent memory. A re-inspection found the business still had some work to do.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Flea market kitchen told to stop selling foods prepared at home, remove dead roaches
Health inspectors recently told a kitchen at a popular West Side flea market to stop making food at home and get rid of several dead roaches, while two Mexican restaurants had problems with repeat health violations.
Behind the Kitchen Door: College campus snack bar operating without permit told to stop preparing hot foods ‘immediately’
Health inspectors told a college campus snack bar operating without a permit to stop selling certain foods immediately, and a Northwest Side seafood restaurant was cited a second time for having an expired permit following recent inspections.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Health inspectors cite sports bar operating without permit, pizzeria’s permit suspended for lacking hot water
In this week's Behind the Kitchen Door, a popular pizza place recently had its food permit suspended, and a sports bar was cited for operating without a valid permit.
Broadway staple named as restaurant where Texas Game Wardens seized more than $25,000 in shark fins
A report obtained by KSAT Investigates has finally revealed the name of the San Antonio establishment at the center of a Texas Game Wardens shark fin investigation last spring as Broadway staple Van’s Restaurant.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Health inspectors order halt to pickle, ice sales due to non-working hand-washing sink
Recent health inspections revealed a convenience store with a rodent problem, a Mexican restaurant where employees weren’t washing their hands, and a popular fried chicken chain in need of a cleaning.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Live roaches in the kitchen, unapproved ice for sale top list of violations
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District inspectors found live roaches, unapproved ice for sale, expired meat and food not being stored properly, among other issues, at the locations featured in this week’s Behind the Kitchen Door.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Pests, employees not following health guidelines lead to low scores for seafood restaurants
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District inspectors found problems with pests and employees not following basic health guidelines at two separate locations of a local seafood restaurant and bar.