This was posted on Facebook months ago but did not go viral. Chowking management was fast enough to act on this matter with the dissatisfied costumer. According to the poster, they ordered chicken and tofu and was served with additional piece of metal ingredient as shown on the photo's above.
Chowking was the first Filipino fast food opened in Qatar in 2009 so all the Filipinos were really eager to taste its famous meal from back home. There was a lot of kabayan waited outside on its opening day. It was a long line but worth the wait. The service was not the best but at least they tried so hard to please the hungry costumers. In the past year, the service and quality of food has changed because of poor management.
Some of the posters friends were enthusiastic about sharing their experiences with Chowking.
Jane. Let me share u something as well.. We've had our dinner at Chowking Ramada last Thursday and we ordered chopseuy and to our surprise there's some kind of an insect which measured about half an inch long. We are uncertain if it was a cricket, cockroach or some sort of that thing. The manager is very apologetic and he explained that it's coming from the veggies
Jhing. ka Delfin ang Purple family din may bad experianced chowking holiday villa naman last month kitang kita naming lahat mga 25 tao kami purple group hindi hinugasan mga kubyertos ......
Dixie. kami nmn nagtake out s chowking dar al salam binayaran nmn nmin lhat at kitang kita ko pa n chinek nla order nmin kya nd n kmi ngdouble check pagdating s bahay kolang ang order nmin tas tomwag kmi sknila para mgtanong kami pa ang tnanong kong san rw ang recpt eh db knokoha nila un at nd n bnblik s customer. At san daw rcpt. Kapikon tlga!
Ariostus. Dapat turuan ng leksyon yan.. lalo n sa take out nila.. minsan take out kami.. yung mga sauce nila di tinatakipan mabuti...ayun nagkalat sa loob pati sa loob ng kotse tumagas... itinawag namin sa store mismo hindi n pinakausap yung mismong cashier na nagbigay sa amin order....PASENSYA lang....hindi naman rush hour nung pumunta kami dun..
Anne. hahahaha sister ko langaw nmn nkita sa food nia.
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In blogging plagiarism is rampant, most site owners who can't write and after the Adsense earnings only, copy and paste their articles from other websites. Plagiarism is stealing and publication of another author's articles without giving any attribution to the website. For bloggers there are ways to avoid plagiarism by giving credit where credit is due. Paraphrase or rewriting is acceptable, write the idea in your own words, making sure not to just rearrange or replace a few words. A good and honest blogger acknowledge the source of the information by including any attribution.
An anonymous concern citizen posted this on Facebook, shared by Pinoy Rap Radio on March 1, with 122,805 share and 81, 449 as of this writing. A story of an epileptic father who keep waiting for her daughter who abandoned him. Hopefully, Antonio Tapales Terrado, of Tapulao, Orani, Bataan will reunite with his daughter.
February 16, 2014, nakaduty ako sa trabaho, bandang tanghalian May pumasok na matanda at umorder ng pagkain, pagkalapag nya ng kanyang pagkain sa lamesa bigla syang bumagsak, tinulungan sya ng isang manager at crew namin para iupo, nakita ko na pipikit pikit sya, inaalog ang ulo at pinipiga piga ang mga palad, lumapit ako para kamustahin at asikasuhin sya, madami namang nagpakita ng malasakit at gustong tumulong, binalak namin syang dalin sa pinakamalapit na ospital para makunsulta ng doktor, pero tumanggi sya dahil nahihirapan sya, sinabi nya na hayaan lang daw muna namin sya,kinuha nya yung kutsara at binalot sa bimpo at kinagat, humiga sya sa sahig, bigla syang nangisay, dun namin nalaman na epeleptic pala sya at alam nya ang ginagawa nya, kaya hinawakan lang namin ng mahigpit yung kamay nya at hinintay na matapos yung atake nya. Nung medyo mabuti na ang lagay nya tinanong ko sya kung may gamot ba sya, sabi nya wala na daw at wala na syang pera,nagmagandang loob na ko na ibili sya ng gamot "dylantine 100 mg" (soundslike lang kasi mahinang mahina ang boses nya) pagkatapos nyang uminom ng gamot dun ko na sya tinanong kung taga saan sya at bakit wala syang kasama gayung ganun ang kondisyon nya. Sinabi nya na taga bataan sya at walang kilala dito sa BALIUAG,BULACAN,nagtungo daw sya dito para makipagkita sa kanyang anak na si "LEAH TERRADO". February daw ng iwan sya ng kanyang anak para sumama sa karelasyon nito,may tumawag daw sa kaibigan nya na nagpakilalang kaibigan ng anak nya na pumunta sa simbahan ng St. Agustine church sa Baliuag at doon sya susunduin ng kanyang anak. Pero buon umaga hanggang tanghalo hndi daw sya sinipot ng kanyang anak, at ilang beses na daw ginawa sa kanya ng anak nya to.sinabi daw sa kanya na wala na syang pakinabang at pabigat lamang, byudo na si Tatay kaya yung anak na lamang nya ang kanyang inaasahan, ngunit iniwan pa daw sya nito. Walang wala ng pera si Tatay at wala syang cellphone o numero na alam na pwedeng tawagan, wala din syang kilala dito sa baliuag.sa tulong ng ibang mga katrabaho ko na nagmagandang loob, binigyan namin sya ng pera na sobra pa para makauwi sa Bataan,at pinabaunan ng pagkain at tubig, tumutuloy daw sya sa kaibigan nya sa Bataan na sa si ROJELLO LUWALHATI. (UMIIYAK SYA HABANG NAGKUKWENTO) Bumalik muna sya sa simbahan at umasang baka puntahan pa sya ng kanyang anak.ipagdasal na lang po natin sya.Hindi po pulubi si Tatay Antonio, nung unay tumatanggi talaga sya na tanggapin yung pera, nagmagandang loob lang po ako na tumulong dahil one way lang ang pera nya dahil umasa sya na susunduin sya ng anak nya. Di ko sya naturn over sa police or sa kahit anong government aid kasi nakaduty ako, yun na Lang po tlga ung magagawa ko para tulungan sya, saka Ang ikalat yung story nya.kailangan ko sumunod sa rules ng trabaho ko, isa pa po nag-insist sya na bumalik sa simbahan at maghintay pang ilang oras.
Nagpaalam po ako sa kanya kung pwede kong picturan ang ID at sarili nya para ipost dito sa facebook. Umaasa po ako na sana binalikan sya ng anak nya, o kung hindi man ay makauwi sya ng maayos sa kaibigan nya sa Bataan. Sana po tulungan nyo ko na ishare yung storya nya baka sakalaing makatulong tayo kahit papaano.
Wag po natin hayaan na mangyari ito sa mga magulang natin, kahit anong mangyari sana wag natin silang iiwan.
Para po kay tatay ANTONIO TAPALES TERRADO.
Please wag din po natin basta basta i-judge yung anak nya, this was only based on tatay ANTONIO's side. Di natin alam pinagdadaanan nila, pero totoong kahit ano pa ang nangyari, sa pagkakakilala ko kay tatay ANTONIO, alam kong totoo sya, hndi nya deserve na abandunahin lalo na sa kalagayan nya.
Di na po ako magpapakilala.
Concern citizen lang po.
Sana po Pakishare po sa wall nyo and sa mga pages nyo or any pages na sikat para mabilis kumalat at makarating sa mga nakakakilala Kay Tatay Antonio.
Salamat po sa mga magshare. Godbless.
ATTN: Gardenia Philippines
I'm a loyal consumer of your product for so many years already and I love your loaf bread, really. However, I would like to express my DISGUST when I saw this unknown insect embedded in one of the slices. I am providing photos as proof that this have happened inside your factory, there is no way that I planted this and I have no reason to do that. All I want is to enjoy my breakfast. Honestly, I'm devastated that I might have eaten the other half of the insect's wings because it's obviously cut by the machine together with the bread.
Back in college, we went to your production plant as part of our field trip. I was amazed knowing that you are ISO certified as well. I can't believe that your QA overlooked this. I've been trying to call your hotline but maybe you relied on your operator system too much or probably because it's a Sunday and no one's in the office today.
I am more than willing to send you this particular slice of bread so you could see for yourself. I cannot find any email address to send you photos in better quality than this photo collage. I just used iPhone BTW, but I did my best to take clear shots.
I am writing this to also share awareness to other consumers that by any chance they experience the same incident, they might want to speak up as well. I know this might cause a bad publicity to your brand but such customer complaint will surely improve the business itself.
And to everyone who's reading this right now, some of you will surely bash me for this but it really won't help. It was NOT YOU who ALMOST ate an insect for breakfast. I'm just disappointed, thank you for your utmost understanding.
Independence Day celebration is not complete without fireworks. Fireworks can be dangerous, causing serious injuries and even deaths. In some city, it is illegal to set off fireworks within the city limits and they are legal from 8 a.m. until midnight on July 4th. Each State has their own law to follow to promote safety in the community.
Don't forget to follow these important safety tips when using fireworks from the United State Consumer product Safety Commission
- Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks.
- Avoid buying fireworks packaged in brown paper because this is often a sign they were made for professionals and could pose a danger to consumers.
- Always have an adult supervise fireworks activities. Parents don’t realize that young children suffer injuries from sparklers, which burn at a temperature of about 2,000 degrees – hot enough to melt some metals.
- Never place any part of your body directly over a fireworks device when lighting the fuse. Back up to a safe distance immediately after lighting.
- Never try to re-light or pick up fireworks that have not ignited fully.
- Never point or throw them at anyone.
- Keep a bucket of water or garden hose handy in case of fire or any other mishap.
- Light fireworks one at a time, then move back quickly
- Never carry fireworks in a pocket or shoot them off in metal or glass containers.
- After fireworks complete their burning, douse the spent device with water from a bucket or hose before discarding it, to prevent a trash fire.