As of Sept. 11 11:15 EST, we have received over 31 reports citing over 65 people sick after eating food from Pasha Mediterranean Grill in San Antonio, TX.
Consumers reported symptoms including diarrhea, fever, and nausea after ordering food from the Wurzbach Road location of the restaurant. Medical attention was sought in multiple reports:
"I ate the lunch chicken kabobs, hummus, and naan on Friday, August 31st. I ended up hospitalized where another family had just been admitted for the same symptoms and they stated they also ate at Pasha. All of my coworkers who also consumed the food on Friday have ended up in ER or urgent care."
"A group of five of us had lunch this past Friday and now we all are suffering from food poisoning... It has been 3 full days without improvement in symptoms and a few of us have had to be seen at the ER. I will never eat here again and I would discourage anyone else, as well."
"Used to frequent Pasha's often, but will not be back. Currently nursing my boyfriend through an extreme bout of food poisoning. He usually only eats once a day and this meal was all he had yesterday. I was suspicious of the garlic sauce that is mayo based and was obviously congealed when they brought it and had not been refrigerated, and the hummus looked a little off too. I didn't eat them, but he did and now he is severely ill. If you do choose to eat here, STAY AWAY from the hummus and garlic sauce. The chicken shawerma also looked old and the lettuce in the greek salad was badly wilted. Felt like they charged us $40 to eat their leftover food that wasn't good anymore. So disappointed"
You can check some* of the most recent reports here.
Note: Not all reports are visible on our home page due to our new feature allowing users to opt out of showing their report on the homepage.