Thu. Jan 26th, 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 Sept. 30 to Oct. 8. Most of these eateries reopen pretty quickly after the health inspectors determine their issues have been resolved.



  • Broken Yolk Cafe, 2810 E. Chapman Ave., Orange, Closed: Oct. 6, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: Oct. 7
  • Thanh De Nhat Com Tam, 9864 Bolsa Ave., Westminster, Closed: Sept. 30, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: Oct. 1
  • King’s Donuts, 1300 S. Euclid St., Suites U-T, Anaheim, Closed: Oct. 1, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: Oct. 2
  • Orange Tei at Anaheim Packing House, 440 S. Anaheim Blvd., Suites 202-203, Anaheim, Closed: Oct. 4, Reason: Insufficient hot water
  • Carnitas San Juan #6, 1300 S. Euclid St., Suites A-C, Anaheim, Closed: Oct. 1, Reason: Insufficient hot water
  • Super 7 Market, 7481 Katella Ave., Stanton, Closed: Oct. 4, Reason: Insufficient hot water, Reopened: Oct. 6
  • My Thai Restaurant, 2417 W. Whittier Blvd., La Habra, Closed: Oct. 5, Reason: Cockroach infestation
  • Woodfire Kabob, 24155 Laguna Hills Mall, Suite 1055, Laguna Hills, Closed: Oct. 1, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: Oct. 4
  • Minami, 24391 Avenida de la Carlota, Suite A, Laguna Hills, Closed: Oct. 6, Reason: Rodent infestation
  • Restaurant at The Hills Hotel, 25205 La Paz Road, Laguna Hills, Closed: Sept. 30, Reason: Insufficient hot water, Reopened: Oct. 1

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