Poorly stored food, dirty equipment lead to failing health score for West side restaurant
SAN ANTONIO —
Food not kept cold and dirty equipment, among other issues, force Metro Health Inspectors to clamp down on a West side Mexican restaurant.
Mi Guadalajara, located at 1151 Culebra Road, scored a 59 on its latest health inspection. Anything below 70 is considered failing. Health inspectors cited the restaurant for:
- Food that should be stored below 41 degrees were at 58
- No thermometer in the refrigerator
- Employees who had to be reminded to wash their hands
- Employees keeping their drinks on food prep surfaces
- Dirty equipment
A deeper look into this restaurant shows it passed its previous inspections last year:
It scored an 84 on January 27. On May 24, it got its highest score, an 89. And on September 27, Mi Guadalajara scored an 84.
The violations mentioned were corrected.