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Hotpot restaurant accused of serving leftover

A popular hotpot restaurant in downtown Shanghai has come under fire after it was accused of serving customers with leftover pork bones, today's Oriental Morning Post reported.

One diner who refused to be identified said she and three friends dined at the Sanrenxing Hotpot Restaurant last Saturday evening on Dongzhu'anbang Road and discovered one of the pork bones in their hotpot soup had "obvious bite impression." She said they all felt sick and believed the pork bones were leftover.

She said the restaurant offered a discount and asked them to keep silence. But they turned down the offer, paid the 336-yuan bill, photographed the evidence, and left.

The store is one of the 14 outlets of the restaurant famous for its use of pork-bone soup in the hotpot.

The restaurant, however, denied the accusation and told the newspaper that it reserves the right to sue the consumers for slander and denied offering any discount to cover up the scandal.


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