It's highly unlikely that you'll ever find a delicately poached pinky in your risotto, but slim chances do nothing to assuage your paranoia/dreams of a large cash settlement. Set your mind at ease -- or learn the horrifying truth -- with Clean Scores.
Drawing from a database of all the scores given by city health inspectors, CS aims to minimize all incidents of restaurant-related food poisoning not invented to mask incapacitating hangovers.
Type in any spot in SF and you'll get its hygiene inspection score and descriptions of any violations, e.g.: cockroaches (1pt deduction), "dirty utensils" (1pt), "hazardous materials improperly stored" (4pts), and the 12-point bonanza "severe cockroaches" (judgmental bugs who are unwilling to forgive mistakes).
You'll also see a graph plotting each restaurant's scores over the past three years; one spot actually dropped from a 95 to a 43, suggesting an epically incompetent manager, or an unreasonable increase in bribery rates.
Scores also lists the 151 restaurants that've received three consecutive "100" ratings, and the 32 who've never managed to break 80 -- your best bets for well-seasoned fingers and the jetsetting lifestyle one bite of them would promise.