Sunday, September 2, 2018

FB Scoop: Netizen Shares Aftermath of Dining Experience at Famous Restaurant in San Juan





Images courtesy of Facebook: Karessa Mae Bulay Limpot

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34 comments:

  1. Alarming ito. Kung tutuusin hindi pipichugin ang Guevarra's ha. Dapat i-reimburse ng management nila yung medical expenses ng mga biktima.

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    1. Pababa na ang kalidad ng pagkain at kokonti na mga nahuhuli sa dagat dahil puro plastic na mga nakakain ng mga isda at iba pang lamang dagat. Yung bigas wala na dahil matagal pa ani kaya taasan mga presyo. Mga kainan ngayon pagnagtaas sila wala na masyadong kakain tulad nung karinderya na kinakainan ko ang dami pa nilang ulam kahit 4pm na dati ubos na yun dahil P35 lang ulam ngayon P50 na dalawang piraso lang. Kaya mga ganyan imbis na magtaas o para di malugi nagpapabuffet para maubos mga pasira na nilang mga pagkain! At para hindi malugi or magtaas presyo dahil panigurado sa mura kakain pag tumaas presyo.

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    2. Nakukuha ang cholera sa tubig. Maybe dahil sa baha or whatnot, contaminated ang tubig or worst may leak ang water pipe sa Guevarra’s. There could be an outbreak if that’s the case.

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    3. Tag-gutom na....me mga pagkain sa mga grocery store hindi naman nabibili kaya ang nangyayare yung mga pabulok na e bagsak presyo lalo na yung mga isda. Mahal na ng tinapay me asukal kasi. Pati itlog nagtataas wala namang asukal yun pero yung biyahe nung mga produkto puro kasi semento na dito BUILD BUILD BUILD pa wala namang mataniman na....Pero kahit presyo ng bigas sa mga source na probinsya e same lang din ang presyo dito kaya yung mga magsasaka e wala ding pambili. Ah The ruling Black Horse of Revelation....End is Nearing.

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    4. 2:29 and 1:52 hanep naman ang analysis mo, pang-karinderya lang.

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    5. 2:29 chill. it's one resto, not the whole universe. im not downplaying what happened to the families. im downplaying your analysis.

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  2. So this means Kung Sino man ang nag-check ng sanitation status, etc at nag-issue ng sanitation permit sa Guevarra's dapat ding panagutin.

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    1. What was the lab test results and diagnosis ng kidney shutdown etc nila? Sa food? Sa prep? Sa untidy practice sa restaurant? Severe kasi ang nangyari sa families.

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  3. Omg. Cholera?! Ipasara na yang restaurant na yan that disease is very contagious and deadly! What kind of food handling are they doing? Kahit carienderia sa kanto they dont have cases like this! Calling DOH!

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    1. i think reheat yung mga food nila, made advance para hindi magkaubusan, alam mo naman bacteria sa frozen cooked food

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  4. FP thank you! We ate at Guevarras mga Feb of this year. Thank God naman wala nangyari sa amin. Just to err on caution, hindi muna kami babalik. Meron pa naman kami kamaganak na kaka rating lang galing abroad and usually pag ganyan dyan puntahan namin.

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  5. May nangyari ng ganyan na buffet dito sa pamp.. ang naactionan naman agad dahil nagclose temporarily yung resto..

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  6. Kaloka! Sa tubig yan. Or super dumi lang tlga?

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    1. it can't be super dumi dahil hindi low end pipichugin ang guevarra's resto na yan.

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  7. Ito rin yata yung restaurant na may nagreklamo dahil nagkasakit din sila last year yata? Tsk tsk. Ipasara muna yang restaurant na yan para imbestigahan. Nakakatakot. Dangerous.

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  8. We ate there last March Thank God ok naman kami lahat may mga bata pa nga at baby na kasama kami 25 na tao umuwi kaming masaya at busog.

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  9. Kasuhan niyo na agad agad. Lakas ng case niyo.

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  10. I’m from the province and my family has eaten there twice, one of those times we had my parents’ friends with us - we were also a big group. No untoward incident happened, thankfully - but recently I’ve been craving to go back buti na lang hindi ko tinuloy - it could’ve happened to us, esp to my mom who has a very sensitive health issue. Scary.

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  11. Scary. We've been there Feb this year buti walang nangyaring masama

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  12. You can also reach out to San Juan's official para macheck nila ang resto

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  13. Grabe sikat na mag.asawang chef pa naman may ari nyan. Ka.turn off. At mukang walang balak aksyunan. Haaay naku

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  14. The best part rin tlga Ang lutong bahay ksi Alam mo at ikaw mismo Ang nag prepare Ng pagkain mo tho hndi Rin tlga naiiwasan na hndi kumain sa labas..nasa tauhan Yan kahit pa may sanitary permit Ang isang establisment..dapat lgyan Ng camera or open kitchen style pra Makita Ng customer.

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    1. Agree. Kulang sa implementation ng Food Safety Standards. Or worst, they do not even know what Food Safety is.

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  15. the management of guevarra's should have addressed the problem and investigated the cause of the outbreak (cholera daw ang doctor's diagnosis). sa dami ng dishes sa buffet mahirap i-pinpoint yung unong dish ang cause as well as kung ang sanitary issues sa kitchen or sa supplier. sadly, it looks like they just shrugged it off. if at all, they should've been alarmed upon learning the incident at nag monitor ng mga customers affected and work to contain the outbreak.

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  16. This is scary. Cholera is so rare nowadays but it still happened. Daoat aksyonan now na!

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  17. Dapat ipasara muna yan at dapat may inspection. I work at a local resto dito sa America. May nakitang ipis sa facility kasi medyo luma na yung building. Ayun shutdown ang resto na pinagtrabahuan ko for 2 months kasi on going pa yung inspection. Grabe kasi dito yung standards nila when it comes to sanitation. Pag may kuto or head lice nga yung anak mo, bawal pumasko muna sa school hanggang ma treat.

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    1. *correction: pumasok instead of pumasko

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  18. Omg, if this happened in civilized countries, this restaurant would have been investigated by authorities and closed down immediately.

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    1. Natawa ako sa civilized, parang sinabi mo naman na hindi civilized ang PH. Hahah although I sometimes agree hahha

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    2. Hahaha lol sa civilized, pero true yan kung sa ibang bansa yan, lawsuit na ang katapat nyan.

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  19. That’s really serious sanitation infraction. Bakit open pa sila?

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  20. Sa US mabilis nila ma pinpoint kung ano ang source ng contamination for foodborne outbreaks. They have an investigative body for cases such as this. The Limpot's should have contacted San Juan's public health officials or informed DOH instead of waiting for the restaurant to take action. Cholera is very serious and may cause an outbreak.

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  21. They've been taking this issue lightly.. Ayan nakatapat sila ng lawyer-customer. Tsk tsk

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