The Waltham Health Department recently inspected many of the city's restaurants.
The reports are public record and if inspectors find issues, they follow up with future re-inspections to assure the issue is resolved. If the Board of Health finds repeated problems, it can call them for a hearing with the board.
Sources: Waltham Health Department restaurant inspection reports.
Demos, 146 Lexington St.: A Nov. 4 inspection ordered the walk-in refrigerator floor be cleaned along with its inside door.
Kabab + Tandoor, 315 Moody St.: A Nov. 20 inspection ordered the restaurant to clean a storage room inside a freezer and the walls be painted and cleaned in the kitchen. They also ordered food be elevated off the floor of a walk-in freezer. A nov. 27 re-inspection found no issues.
Paisano's, 225 High St.: A Nov. 19 inspection revealed a dirty exhaust fan wall and nobody in charge.
Antonioa's Sub Shop, 200 High St.: No issues found during a Nov. 19 inspection.
Cafe Angelino's, 1056 Main St.: No issues found during a Nov. 19 inspection.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, 1030 Main St.: No issues found during a Nov. 19 inspection.
Hon Dynasty, 922 Main St.: During a Nov. 19 inspection, inspectors ordered a rice maker be washed.
Gracie's Kitchen, 39 Emerson Rd.: No issues found during a Nov. 18 inspection.