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Lin Garden Restaurant

Lin Garden Restaurant is rated 1 stars

1806 Pharmacy Ave
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Lin Garden Restaurant is located at 1806 Pharmacy Ave in Scarborough near the intersection of pharmacy and sheppard. Their menu consists of Indian, Chinese and Hakka dishes and can be viewed here. Two fyoodies have rated Lin Garden Restaurant 1 out of 5 stars. Call 416-491-8484 for takeout.

  • Cuisine:Indian, Chinese and Hakka
  • Service:Takeout
  • Major Intersection:Pharmacy And Sheppard
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This used to be a good and popular place in Scarborough for Hakka cuisine (Indian Chinese fusion). House special shrimp, although pricey were definitely worth the visit every time. BUT...this place has gone downhill over the past year or so; very very dirty, don't even know how they manage to pass the health inspections! Food is much more greasy than before, and taste is not as good. In fact, last time we ordered the shrimp, we were convinced that they were bad, as there was a funky smell and a bit of slimy texture. Tried to ask the waiter about it, but he just shrugged and pretended not to understand. The chili chicken was all food colouring and peppers and cornstarch, but no taste.

Service is non-existent; wait staff are slow and rude and the manager is horrible to his customers !

I won't be going back.

Order: House special shrimp, Manchurian Beef, Chili Chicken

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Went into Lin Garden today (Tuesday July 10th at 6:00pm) to pick up dinner and ordered two dishes (unfortunately), Hakka noodles and Manchurian noodles -brought them home, only to open the bag and discover a ungodly stench coming from the noodles. The noodles had an extremely moist texture and seemed to have a certain slime to them. The owner linked the rotten noodles to the fact that it is summer and it is hot outside, after this first explanation he quickly changed his mind suggesting more ridiculous alternatives. i.e. it was likely a single noodle that had gone bad (a single noodle? that spawn across both boxes of noodles?!) They insisted on profusely arguing that it was a simple error and attempted to assure us they had gotten rid of the 'bad' batch of noodles. Just a disgusting experience all together.

Order: Hakka and Manchurian noodles

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