Mexican restaurant stores fire ant killer next to foods
SAN ANTONIO —
Health Inspectors have recently been to Taqueria Anahuac three times for numerous violations. Those violations resulted in the Mexican restaurant scoring a 70 out of 100 on its latest health inspection.
Health inspectors visited the restaurant on May 8 and found the following violations:
- storage of peroxide and fire ant killer next to foods
- storage of eggs and raw meat over ready-to-eat-foods
- washing and stacking of dishes without giving them time to air dry
- substantial leak under a sink that caused water to spray and pool
The restaurant has since fixed all issues, but one. It has until Thursday to show Bexar Metro Health that all its workers have taken a food handler course.
Nadler's Win This Week's Blue Plate
Our Blue Plate Award goes this week to Nadler's Bakery and Deli, 1621 Babcock Road. The Nadler family has been operating the business since 1963. Known for its cakes and cookies, they also offer up a wide range of sandwiches.
"We thank you very much for allowing us to receive this Blue Plate Award. We've been working really hard. Our employees have been working really had to make this establishment what it is today, and we try to take pride in our cleanliness," said Alexia Nadler-Mendez.
They have also recently added italian-styled cookies and new cannoli flavors.
Thank you guys for keeping your kitchens squeaky clean!