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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Dow's Noodle & Hot Pot Restaurant

Dow's Noodles & Hot Pot Restaurant
Unit 108 Time Square
550 Hwy 7
Richmond Hill, ON

I came here to eat and noticed a dead cocaroge in the luttice that I had ordered.

I immediatly reported this to the news/media companies.

I had also done some research and found out that other people had similar problems with finding insects in their food.

I will no way eat there again at this dirty restaurant.

I also noticed that when things like forks fall on the floor, the people who work at this restaurant will pick it up and serve it to the customer without washing it.

The service at this restaurant is very slow also.

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