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Did a restaurant serve a dead rat in their clam chowder?

A restaurant in Vancouver is denying a claim from a customer that her Manhattan clam chowder was served with a dead rat in it. If you read any further we are warning you this is NSFL (Not Safe For Lunch)

A customer of the restaurant posted a video and picture of what appears to be a partially intact body of large rodent being scooped out of a bread bowl filled with the clam chowder. The post was made on an account that has been inactive for about a year so some people are calling shenanigans on the customer's claim.

So i am going to talk about this place @crabparkchowdery . Today my friend ordered Manhattan clam chowder and had a little surprise in it - A RAT. Well i don't know what else to say about it.... this place just need to be closed or at least people have to be aware about this situation. The cafe is kinda popular though... I'm just trying to help people to avoid places like that. Its an awful feeling, it's not a fly or a bug it's a fucking big fat rat boiling in the soup pot, which means my friend was not the only who had a chance to try it. Thank you for you attention. #crabparkchowdery I do not force anyone to believe. This is my personal experience that I shared. Thanks for your attention again. My active page is @adelaiiine if you think this one is fake.

784 Likes, 1,859 Comments - ☼ (@pisun_ne_ne) on Instagram: "So i am going to talk about this place @crabparkchowdery . Today my friend ordered Manhattan clam..."

The restaurant has investigated the incident and claims that there is no way that this could have happened due to the staffs food handling or cooking.  It's a very popular restaurant in the area of Vancouver and they have invited anyone who is concerned to come check out their kitchen and cooking area to see that the facility is clean.


Restaurant Denies Serving Up A Dead Rat In Its Clam Chowder

A Vancouver restaurant has unequivocally denied claims it served a diner clam chowder with a dead rat in it. Last Thursday, Instagram user pisun_ne_ne shared a video of the alleged incident, showing what appears to be a rodent being pulled from a dish served by Crab Park Chowdery.