I had been going to Liu's Garden for over 15 years. It was one of my favorite's. The quality has been going downhill the past year, most notably with chunks of pork fat in the pork fried rice and egg foo yung. But two weeks ago, we found two used staples, one in each of our two soups. One staple was within a dumpling and the other staple was loose within the broth. In both cases, we each took the staple out of our mouths, which to me was an extremely dangerous situation and so grateful neither of us were cut or swollowed them. We were refunded and I called the Rochester health inspector the next day, who was to investigate. After so many years of being a patron and a fan, how awful. And no call back from the manager, who wasn't present when I returned the uneaten food, as well as the two soup containers with the staples scotch taped to them. I WOULD STRONGLY RECOMMEND ANY OF THE OTHER CHINESE RESTAURANTS IN ROCHESTER. (I am not affiliated with any restaurant, just a resident and a former lover of Liu's Garden.) Sad and dangerous.
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