Tarrant County Restaurant and Foodservice Health Inspections

All 93 restaurants inspected by Tarrant County Public Health passed without any follow-up during recent inspections.

Food establishments inspected, located in cities other than Fort Worth, Arlington, Euless and North Richland Hills, all of which conduct their own health inspections, scored no more than 29 demerits that would require follow-up. The recent inspections took place from March 13 to 19.

Burning Rice, located at 520 Grapevine Highway in Hurst, and Manny’s Uptown Tex Mex Restaurant, located at 151 Nolen Drive in Southlake, were both cited with the most violations with scores of 24.

Burning Rice was cited for having its ventilation hood six months overdue for a cleaning, in addition to its unit keeping food warm at an appropriate temperature, a manager “reheating food in the microwave to prolonged use of “warming” and improper washing and sanitizing of kitchen items.

Manny’s Uptown Tex Mex restaurant was cited for a dirty ice cream machine and a “whole container of chicken in the cold room not [being] covered.”

Nearly 50 restaurants were not cited for violations and received a perfect score.

Here are the inspection scores and restaurant violations that Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) inspected from March 13-19, 2022. TCPH inspects and scores all restaurants in Tarrant County, except those located in Fort Worth, Arlington, Euless and North Richland Hills. Scores are based on a demerit system. When the total exceeds 29, a follow-up inspection is required. To search for restaurant inspections, type in a keyword or restaurant name. You can also sort by score.

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Jessika Harkay is a breaking news reporter for the Star-Telegram. Jessika is a Baylor grad who joined the Fort Worth team in 2021 after working as a breaking news reporter at the Hartford Courant and interning at the New York Daily News.