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    Cockroach-infested Nasi Lemak in Food Court, SS 2.

    This happened some time ago, but thought I'd post it here on noting this subforum.

    This Chinese mixed rice stall at the food court in SS2, PJ, is not exactly
    your shining model of a hygenic stall.

    I used to eat dinner there frequently, until, one day, when stepping a bit into
    behind their counter to pay after finishing, I happened to take a look below
    and underneath their counter when they kept their plates, and saw at least
    two big cockroaches crawling around them.

    I pointed this out to the owners, an arrogant looking woman in her late 50s
    and husband of about 60, who retorted - " Everyone here also eats from these
    plates, so what are you complaining about ? ". The old man demanded -
    " So what do you want to do now ? "

    The old b**ch then loudly shouted, banged on the table and challenged me
    to report them to the authorities. I could actually have done much worse and
    notified my contacts in the Inland Revenue to check out their prior years' tax
    backgound, but decided they were not worth my time and walked off, not
    going back there since then.
    Last edited by kwchang; 01-02-2013 at 12:09 PM.

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    Admin note - I have removed name and stall number
    Anyone who wish to get the name should contact the person who posted the allegations using offline channels such as the Private Messaging (PM) provided in the forum

    Athough it is good to warn consumers of unhealthy premises, the USJ forum will not allow for business premises to be named. This is purely based on the fact that the moderators/administrators of this forum have no means to verify the truth of any allegations and we have to be responsible on any messaging system in posting direct allegations which will put the Forum in jeopardy of legal action from the aggrieved parties

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    ss2 is my 2nd kampong so to speak. It still is....SoI do care as i stil have lotsa family members living there.

    Will it be possible to for example pen:
    " the food court stall is located along the famous 'so called penang lane' next to the basketball court/padang. If you come in from the Maybank side, its the 17th stall on your right... watch out for the big green neon sign and the meaning of the dirty signboard means eat-till-lau-sai...blahblah"
    Something along this descriptor can be sufficient clue, no? We use such clues to plan tulips for treasure hunt leh

    I mean I am just asking....

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    I agree with your suggestion. It's brilliant. We have a right to know where good food is and also where to avoid dirty food! It has to be a two way street. Praise good food can, tell people where dirty food is cannot. Like that, not really a fair deal. Just saying.

    Quote Originally Posted by tupai View Post
    ss2 is my 2nd kampong so to speak. It still is....SoI do care as i stil have lotsa family members living there.

    Will it be possible to for example pen:
    " the food court stall is located along the famous 'so called penang lane' next to the basketball court/padang. If you come in from the Maybank side, its the 17th stall on your right... watch out for the big green neon sign and the meaning of the dirty signboard means eat-till-lau-sai...blahblah"
    Something along this descriptor can be sufficient clue, no? We use such clues to plan tulips for treasure hunt leh

    I mean I am just asking....

    Yang Blur ss2 sotong TIUxlatotupai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbroiled View Post
    I agree with your suggestion. It's brilliant. We have a right to know where good food is and also where to avoid dirty food! It has to be a two way street. Praise good food can, tell people where dirty food is cannot. Like that, not really a fair deal. Just saying.
    True! We can name food stall that we think it is good, e.g. Choy Kee for currymee, etc. It doesn't mean that the currymee, to everyone, is tasty. What's the problem with naming the food stall that we feel that is dirty, or not delicious. It's just an opinion, afterall.

    Why such a coward?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4everlove View Post
    True! We can name food stall that we think it is good, e.g. Choy Kee for currymee, etc. It doesn't mean that the currymee, to everyone, is tasty. What's the problem with naming the food stall that we feel that is dirty, or not delicious. It's just an opinion, afterall.
    4ever♥, yeah. I'm with you here. Totally. To each his own poison. Especially restaurants that thrive (for want of a better word) on unhygienic conditions..why can't we point them out? Besides, it's for the good of all that such eateries are exposed. Avoiding diarrhea should be one of our top priorities!

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    It's open to abuse and can lead to lawsuit.... ie a business rival can log in and post something bad about the premise to sabotage.

    Ppl won't sue if you praised them even though they don't deserve it.
    But if one say bad things about others, they have the right to sue for libel/defamation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabe18 View Post
    It's open to abuse and can lead to lawsuit.... ie a business rival can log in and post something bad about the premise to sabotage.

    Ppl won't sue if you praised them even though they don't deserve it.
    But if one say bad things about others, they have the right to sue for libel/defamation.
    That is correct and that is where Tupai's idea comes in handy. Throw hints but no company name.

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    SS2 wai sek kai is very dirty. I wanted to park near there to go to a bank but opted out due to the smelly rubbish, courtesy of the morning market and food stalls.

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    OK..thank you foodie stranger for the tip off.
    =========================================
    My foodie tip to my siblings residing in SS2 area:

    Dear Siblings, Pls do not patronise the nightly 10 rojak rice stall in infamous food lane eatery cum morning market place. If u entered the food area via the oily-fried-ghost area, it is about mid way on your right hand. If you add the stall double digit number up, it amounts to 8...like 7-11 minus the 1.
    the signboard is nippon flower type and the primary colour is like Macdonald's but without the red.
    The arrogant, grumpy old (but not frail in action or words) couple there sells chinese rojak rice but they also misled you to think its a a kinda fattening rice for the malays.

    I hope you get the message. So be afraid! Be very afraid if you aint wanna have lowsai attack at midnite to next day break!
    Bye now...
    Your caring Bro.

    p/s they also like to serve FOC roaches (free ranging type) ala the Thai Isan farmers...these poor folks eat all kinda bugs, roaches, crickets etc. Cheap protein for 'em..


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    Dear Tupai, it took me a while to work out the puzzle but since I'll be avoiding a potential stomach upset episode, I'll consider that time well spent indeed. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lly View Post
    SS2 wai sek kai is very dirty. I wanted to park near there to go to a bank but opted out due to the smelly rubbish, courtesy of the morning market and food stalls.
    Thank you, LLy. I seldom visit SS2 and now there is more reason to stay away.

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