(KWTX) Ana's Restaurant in Waco failed their recent inspection with a 69.
They were storing rice and hamburger meat in grocery bags, other items didn't even have dates on them in the cooler.
The cook was seen covering a pot of food with a dirty pot and they were storing knives in the cracks between tables.
They were shut down and the inspector even suggested they stop and evaluate their ability to operate a safe facility.
The owner came back within a few days paid the fine and scored a 94.
People visiting the Magnolia Market at the Silos will no longer enjoy the Co-Town Crepes food truck because it was shut down by the health department.
Inspectors discovered a lack of hot water on the truck.
On two separate occasions they did not have a food manager on site.
They will be able to get re-inspected when they fix the issues and pay a fee.
A complaint in Bell County about the Burger King on I-35 in Belton reads, "Purchased meal with drink. Found roach in drink."
That prompted an inspection during which the restaurant said they already have a pest control company working on the problem.
No new activity was seen during this inspection and they will continue to monitor the situation.
The Clean Plate award goes to La Garita in downtown Killeen.
The Puerto Rican restaurant says their family recipes like arroz con pollo keeps people coming back.