Do you still trust restaurants? ***WARNING - pictures may gross some people out***
https://www.citynews1130.com/2018/12/28 ... r-shocked/
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Agreed. However, on the flipside, supposedly the soup was outsourced from another place, which was closed down due to rat prbs, so who knows?
Dec 29th, 2018 1:58 pm
yeah and the rat looks like it had been stewing for awhile (could've also been an old dead rat) but still you think that rat tail would've been dangling out of the bowl when it was scooped in.
Dec 29th, 2018 2:01 pm
Yup, I noticed that too, how come the tail was dangling out and not inside the bowl. So many questions.
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Did I read incorrectly as the first paragraph stated that the soup was prepped @Mamie?oroku1983 wrote: ↑ http://dailyhive.com/vancouver/mamie-ta ... s-dead-rat
apparently the mamie taylors that was shut down was not actually the location where the soup was prepped. People planting stuff in restaurant food in hopes of winning some kind of lawsuit is nothing new, still leaning towards the customers planting it.
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Tx, it was weirdly worded for me, I just read the first paragraph...so in other words, the Chowdery screwed Mamie and got the latter shutdown since the former was actually prepping the soup there?oroku1983 wrote: ↑ Oliver explained that commissary kitchen is located in the basement level of the 251 E Georgia Street restaurant, but Mamie Taylor’s does not use it to store or prepare its food.
It was the commissary space leased by Crab Park Chowdery that did not pass Vancouver Coastal Health inspection, but since the space is part of the overall restaurant premises, the space was shut down.
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Ic, the way they reported it, made it sound like it wasn't the first time the inspectors came for a complaint, not just a reg call.