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Poorly stored food, dirty equipment lead to failing health score for West side restaurant

Food not kept cold and dirty equipment, among other issues, force Metro Health Inspectors to clamp down on a Southside Mexican restaurant.

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.

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