Dirty storage bins with food debris, flies and gnats get a Mexican restaurant in trouble
SAN ANTONIO —
La Parroquia, on 847 Loop 410 NE, scored 64 on its latest inspection conducted by the Metro Health department. Any score below 70 is considered failing. Health inspectors found several violations including:
- An employee not washing their hands when they came from break and then touched food. That food was thrown out.
-Spatulas, plates, tongs and other utensils were broken, worn, and beyond normal use conditions
-Foods in walk-in refrigeration were not marked with expiration dates and those that were, already had expired.
- Storage bins for utensils were dirty and had food debris
- Some flies and Gnats were flying in the wash and back storage areas.
Sapore's Pizza Captures Blue Plate Award
This week News 4 San Antonio's Blue Plate Award for getting a perfect 100 score goes to Sapore's Pizza at 6422 Old Babcock Road.
It's the third Blue Plate Award that this locally-owned restaurant have won over the last five years. This restaurant serves New York style Pizzas and they also feature salads, pasta and Italian dessert.
"We are thinking about a Blue Plate special actually we just got a stoven here so maybe we are going to start going a little bit more pasta dishes..." said Jackson Castillo, the restaurant manager.