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Thursday, January 03, 2019

Magic Noodles Reviews Complaints

Magic Noodles
D-1383 16th Ave
Richmond Hill ON L4B 0E2
Canada
+1 (905) 889-9886

Ordered from Uber Eats, Bak Choy has lots of dead ants inside it as they don't wash it properly.

I ordered just about 30 min ago and I asked that they replace the Bak Choy with Califlower, a guy called me back and refused to give me his name he said they don't give out their names, he said he can NOT change the Bak Choy to Califlower but he can just remove the Bak Choy, he said if I want Califlower I have to pay extra.

They are extremely cheap! And Dirty, I will report them to the ministry of health for having dead ants in their Bak Choy.

Next time you order something with Bak Choy from them, take the Bak Choy and open up the leafs and look carefully inside in between the leafs, if you see small black dots look closely at it and hope it's not sand or ants! :)

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