Restaurant gets failing grade for food on the floor, rodent droppings mixed with potatoes

Mehran Authentic Halal Pakistani and Indian Restaurant scored a 66 on its latest health inspection. A score below 70 is considered failing. (News 4 San Antonio)

Mehran, on 7271 Wurzbach Road, #102, scored a 66 on its latest inspection conducted by the Metro Health department. Any score below 70 is considered failing. Health inspectors found several violations including:

  • Food handlers were not wearing gloves when handling ready-to-eat-food.
  • Cooler unit was not holding a proper temperature.
  • Dust was found on the ceiling.
  • Food was stored on the floor.
  • Rodent droppings were mixed with potatoes.

Blue Plate Awarded to Mustang Cafe

This week's News 4 San Antonio's Blue Plate Award for scoring a perfect 100 score goes to Mustang Cafe, on 7708 Marbach Road.

This is a family-owned burger joint named for the school that is across the street, John Jay High School, complete with the school's mustang logo on one of the walls.

"I'm more here for the kids from John Jay. But people watching this. I get regular customers coming in AT&T comes in, Spectrum comes in. I have a lot of clientele that come in on a regular basis and stuff. So this is really, really good, really, really nice. B because once you get this. People know you're out there. It will help me a lot," said Terri Longoria, the restaurant owner.

The restaurant boasts its own special sauce, fry seasoning, and Kool-Aid.

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