Dave Reviews OC Yelp Reviews, Part 9
Dow L.'s 5-star (or is it 2-star?) review of Tulsa Rib Company:
I'm glad they were consummate professionals--they're nice people anyway--but you need to stand up for yourself instead of whining like a quasi-anonymous idiot on the Internet when you're wronged.
Stacy P.'s 4-star review of Albertsons:
There's a little organization out there, Stacy P., called the Orange County Health Care Agency; they're the inspectors who make sure the people selling food are adhering to food service standards. They come by multiple times a year and do things like take the temperature of the holding units to ensure food doesn't come into the danger zone of 40ºF to 140ºF. The fact that the open-sided refrigeration units continue to be used is proof that they satisfy the professionals who do this every day. Your milk is not spoiling in there. Sorry to contradict your food handler's certificate or whatever.
Bryan H.'s 3-star review of Capital Seafood:
Here's a little lesson in Chinese culture for you: at a Chinese banquet, fried rice comes out last because it's what you use to fill up any empty pockets in your stomach; the idea is to leave most of it in the dish to show the host that they served so much good food that you can't possibly finish the last course.
In other words, fried rice, pineapple or otherwise, is a complete afterthought in any authentic Chinese restaurant. Next time try some actual dishes; they're better than you'd think. If you're too squeamish to order things like whole fish or winter melon soup with scallops stuffed into the hollow cores of the melon slices, at least try some actual protein next time. Then update your review.
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