Tue. Jan 31st, 2023

The O.C. Health Care Agency has released a list of the eateries (including restaurants, caterers and even school kitchens) that they inspected and shut down for the week of Dec. 16 to Dec. 24. Most of these eateries reopen pretty quickly after the health inspectors determine their issues have been resolved.



  • Food Mart at Bolsa Petroleum station, 8961 Bolsa Ave., Westminster, Closed: Dec. 22, Reason: Employee restrooms nonfunctional
  • California Wok, 3033 Bristol St., Costa Mesa, Closed: Dec. 17, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: Dec. 20
  • The Flame Broiler, 1151 N. Euclid St., Suite O, Anaheim, Closed: Dec. 22, Reason: Sewage overflow, Reopened: Dec. 23
  • Super Torta, 1151 N. Euclid St., Suite N, Anaheim, Closed: Dec. 22, Reason: Sewage overflow, Reopened: Dec. 23
  • Win Thai Cuisine, 1151 N. Euclid St., Suites D-E, Anaheim, Closed: Dec. 22, Reason: Sewage overflow, Reopened: Dec. 23
  • Steve’s Liquor, 200 Frankfort Ave., Huntington Beach, Closed: Dec. 21, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: Dec. 22
  • Mitasie, 7636 Edinger Ave., Huntington Beach, Closed: Dec. 21, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: Dec. 22
  • Mahe, 1400 Pacific Coast Highway, Seal Beach, Closed: Dec. 21, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: Dec. 22
  • Update: Las Alazanas at 2171 W. Lincoln Ave., Anaheim, which was ordered closed Dec. 10 because of a cockroach infestation, was allowed to reopen Dec. 23.
  • Update: Fusion at 1001 N. Euclid St., Anaheim, which was ordered closed Dec. 14 because of a cockroach infestation, was allowed to reopen Dec. 23.

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