Kuala Klawang: The MARA Junior Science College (MRSM) canteen incident, involving rotten eggs and food poisoning, sparked social media attention. MARA acted swiftly, clarifying that no students were affected, emphasizing food safety, and reassuring parents.
A non-halal nasi kandar stall featuring pork sparked controversy in Malaysia, prompting a debate about its inclusion in the traditionally halal dish. Netizens and food reviewers weighed in on the issue.
A customer’s unsettling discovery of hairy pork skin in their “kway chap” at the 505 Jurong West Street 52 hawker centre led to an online complaint. Stall owner, Mr Lung, emphasizes their meticulous cleaning process and assures quality control moving forward.
In a gastronomic saga at Singapore General Hospital’s food court, a diner’s lament over his S$7.30 Tom Yum soup, featuring a meager serving of three prawns and one lonely sotong, has ignited a discussion about escalating food court prices in Singapore.