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Person Allegedly Linked With Cafe Wild Blooms Insults Reviewers

Person Allegedly Linked With Cafe Wild Blooms Insults Reviewers

The Facebook (FB) page Wild Blooms apparently received some feedback from customers who did not recommend their cafe. However, a person allegedly linked with the cafe went to insult customers for giving negative feedback on their food. Our contributors wonder if it is right for any establishment or its linked persons to insult customers in such a manner.

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FOOD BLOGGERS SHD GIVE PROFESSIONAL REVIEWS & NOT DEGRADE DINING EXPERIENCE

I believe that food blogging and sharing of new food trends on social media all contribute to keeping this industry on its toes. From the consumers' perspective, we get the chance to see what we can get before physically going down to the restaurant ourselves.

I came across this post by Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow, and I thought that the review came across a little strong with regards to the tone used (i.e. 'WTF, 'so f up', etc). I understand that the site regards honesty as one of its top priorities, but honestly? There are more professional ways in giving a bad review.

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WOMAN SHOCKED BY $42 BILL FOR PORKCHOP MEAL AT YONG SIAK ST COFFEESHOP

A Facebook user was charged $42 for 3 plates of pork chop rice and 1 side dish of steamed pork at a coffeeshop along 27 Yong Siak Street. She was so angered by the blatant overcharging, she decided to post up her negative experience with the stall online. According to her Facebook post, the 3 pork chop rice meals cost $27, while the steamed pork side dish cost $15.

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Truly Curry Rice (真咖喱饭) @ Telok Blangah Drive Food Centre

There has been a lot of media coverage about preserving our Hawker Heritage and efforts to encourage Young Hawkers to take up the trade. It seems like it is a dying trade where the replacement rate is out paced by the older generation of hawkers getting too old to handle the workload or passing on.

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