Mold on food causes Mexican seafood restaurant to fail health inspection
SAN ANTONIO -- A Mexican seafood restaurant fails its latest health inspection, because of mold-like debris growing on whole peppers and tomatoes, no sanitizer for washing utensils and dishes, peroxide stored above food preparation area.
El Golfo De Mexico, located on the west side of town, scored a 68. Anything below a 70 is a failing score.
A deeper look into this restaurant, shows that it passed previous inspections over the last year.
It’s highest score, 97, back in August.
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