West San Antonio restaurant briefly shut down to sewage, wastewater problems
Behind the Kitchen Door: Campos Los Dos Hermanos, Taqueria Guanajuato fail inspection
SAN ANTONIO - A Mexican restaurant on the West Side failed its recent health inspection because of several violations.
Campos Los Dos Hermanos located at 7236 W. Military Drive failed with 44 demerits and was shut down temporarily by Metro Health due to a wastewater leak and sewage backup.
- The inspector found a big kitchen sink was leaking underneath. The leak was enough to cause sewage pipes to back flow into the mop sink area.
- The inspector also found multiple food temperature violations, food handling violations and dirty dishes stored as clean ones.
An employee told Behind the Kitchen Door they fixed their plumbing problems and re-opened after two days.
Metro Health confirmed they have done multiple follow-up inspections and the restaurant is back open for business.
Taqueria Guanajuato located on 5567 Randolph Boulevard failed their latest health inspection with 38 demerits. Their violations included:
- Food temperature violations.
- Improper hand washing.
- Knives had been wedged between walls and in crevices for storage.
- The whole place needed to be cleaned.
The manager told Behind the Kitchen Door all issues have been resolved and they passed their re-inspection with what she calls "flying colors." Metro Health said no more follow-up visits are scheduled.
Metro Health recently handed out perfect inspection scores to:
- J. Alexander's located at 255 E. Basse.
- Lucky's Molino located at 4518 Walzem Road.
- Molino Rojo Cafe located at 13032 Nacogdoches Road.
- Ounce Steakhouse located at 1401 N. Loop 1604 West.
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