Netizens complain about yong tau foo stalls’ pricing and repair

Singapore — A Fb netizen who associated her sad expertise with a meals stall in a gaggle referred to as Criticism Singapore discovered a number of different clients who have been simply as sad with the exact same yong tau foo stall.

Their dissatisfaction with the operators of this stall at Westgate mall additionally struck a chord with different Fb customers who had frequented yong tau foo stalls elsewhere.

Though stalls are required to state their costs, issues can get sophisticated at yong tau foo stalls, a few of which provide a wide range of units at fastened costs and others the place clients choose and select a mixture of differently-priced gadgets from the show.

Within the preliminary criticism, Susan Ho was sad with Ah Chew YTF meals stall’s customer support, and apparently, plenty of folks have the identical expertise.

Ms Ho stated that she had ordered a meal priced at $6.30 however to her shock, discovered that she had been charged an extra $1.20 for chee cheong enjoyable, a rice flour roll.  When she checked with the cashier, she was instructed that two chee cheong enjoyable have been caught collectively, so she was being charged an additional $1.20.

Upset, she stated that the cashier ought to’ve checked it together with her or suggested her prematurely in regards to the further cost. When she determined to have the extra piece as a take-out, she was instructed that take-outs weren’t allowed, she stated, and the cashier instructed her that she ought to have double-checked. Ms Ho, now aggravated, retorted that it wasn’t her fault.

Picture: Fb Singapore, Criticism Singapore

So whose fault was it? That is how Ms Ho noticed the problem:

“I instructed the employees dat it wasn’t my fault dat the 2pcs have been caught collectively! After they ready the elements, they shld be sure that dat the pcs r not caught collectively, not make the client examine! All of the pcs have been stacked excessive on a tray, find out how to examine? Often clients will get the 6pcs with noodles or ccf set, if she noticed there are 7pcs, shouldn’t she double affirm with the client whether or not they need 6 or 7pcs?”

Ms Ho supplied this picture as proof of her declare that it’s certainly arduous to examine when the items are stacked up excessive up like this. She ended her put up by cautioning folks to “patronize the stall at your personal threat”.

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Netizens responded by sharing their sentiments, and apparently, plenty of residents have comparable experiences with younger tau foo stalls. It looks like virtually each meals centre and meals courtroom can have such stalls.

Picture: Fb Singapore, Criticism Singapore

Picture: Fb Singapore, Criticism Singapore

Picture: Fb Singapore, Criticism Singapore

Even on the identical day, beneath the identical Fb group, one other netizen additionally had an issue with the pricing of such stalls.

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Picture: Fb Singapore, Criticism Singapore

Picture: Fb Singapore, Criticism Singapore

Netizens commenting on the posts felt it’s solely proper for the Meals Republic Westgate to observe conditions like this, as a number of of the netizens, Ben Hun and Jun Yang Lee, suggested that stalls ought to say out loud what number of items the client is being charged for to keep away from dispute. /TISG

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