Restaurant Inspections: Did Your Favorite San Bruno Eatery Make the Grade?

See how local restaurants performed in county health inspections.

Bugs. Dirty hands. Contaminated surfaces.

Are you getting more than you ordered when you eat out in San Bruno?

Food facility inspection results, including any violations for which an establishment was cited, can be found online using the Restaurant and Food Inspection Results search tool at the county website.

Consumers can search the results for San Bruno—as well as any city in San Mateo County—by business name, street name, or city.

To see how local restaurants, watering holes and stores fared, click the name of the business in the search results for details from the most recent inspection. Information shows the major and minor violations at each establishment, the closure history, and overall health code compliance.

Businesses are shut down when they present present an imminent health risk due to major violations. Current closures are reported on the Food Facility Closures page. Repeat offenders are subject to an administrative hearing.

Rosalinda Oropeza Randall February 12, 2013 at 01:20 AM
Just because it sparkles, it doesn't mean it's germ-free. When I go out to eat, I make every attempt not to look too closely toward the kitchen, the servers lingering in the back, or when they clean off the tables using the same rag they just used to wipe down the booth. I am hesitant to follow the search tool you posted above; my favorite restaurant may be on the list! Great post.


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