- Brisbane food blogger claims she found a piece of glass in her meal of noodles
- Anita On Chi shared the photo online after ordering meal from PappaRich
- Ms On Chi said used to ‘really like’ the Malaysian chain store until the incident
A Brisbane food blogger has shared a bitter review about a popular restaurant after she claims she found glass in her meal.
Anita On Chi posted the photo online after claiming she discovered the shard in her delivery meal from PappaRich – a Malaysian chair store in Australia.
‘Noodles with a garnish of hard plastic/glass,’ Ms On Chi wrote.
Anita On Chi posted a photo online after allegedly discovering a glass shard in her delivery meal from PappaRich – a Malaysian chair store in Australia (pictured)
Ms On Chi (pictured) said she usually was a ‘lover of all things food’ but was ‘provided with zero resolutions’ when she confronted the store
‘I’m usually a lover of all things food. And when something like this happens? If I really want to, I would usually go to the restaurant first and tell them about how I feel.
‘Mistakes happen. Sure. I get that but tonight I did this and … was I provided with zero resolutions.’
The popular food blogger continued, claiming the employee told her it was not the first time customers had found a foreign item in their meal.
Ms On Chi said she ordered her meal from the Garden City store and ‘actually really liked it’ until the unfortunate incident.
‘Although previously raised with management, management has apparently done nothing. I am disgusted,’ Ms On Chi wrote.
‘So WTF is going on @papparichaus?’
Ms On Chi said she ordered her meal from the Garden City store and ‘actually really liked it’ until the unfortunate incident
PappaRich said it was ‘definitely an accident’ and the kitchen staff have not found any ‘loose plastics or glass’ (pictured Garden City store)
The post received almost 500 likes since it went up two days ago to her 33,000 followers.
PappaRich said it was ‘definitely an accident’ and the kitchen staff had not found any ‘loose plastics or glass’, according to news.com.au.
‘We don’t want to serve plastics,’ they said.
Daily Mail Australia contacted PappaRich for further comment.