M'sian Diner Is Upset After Paying RM10 For Pork Rib Rice With Only 3 Small Pieces Of Meat

In the comments section, some netizens taunted the disheartened diner by showing their big portion of pork rib rice that also comes with an extra fried egg.

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A Malaysian who recently visited a restaurant in Glenmarie, Selangor, was upset when he was charged RM10 for pork rib rice with three measly pieces of meat

Taking to a Kuala Lumpur community Facebook group to vent his discontent, he said he saw a diner paying RM9 for claypot pork belly rice with salted fish, while he paid RM10 for his pork rib rice.

"Only three slices of meat! three slices of meat!" he exclaimed, adding, "The (two) middle pieces are considered one piece."

"It's not that I can't afford it, (the restaurant) should not have overdone it. I was crying in my heart as I was eating it."

The photo he uploaded shows four pieces of meat, with two being disproportionately smaller than the other pieces, a portion of rice, and some sauce.

There are no sesame toppings, or coriander and spring onion garnishes. Some lettuce as a side is also nowhere to be found on the plate.

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At the time of writing, the photo has garnered over 2,200 likes

In the comments section, some netizens showed off the pork rib rice, or a similar dish, they recently had and revealed how much they paid for it.

None of them paid more than RM10, and they all received more meat as well as an extra fried egg.

This Facebook user paid RM10 for his pork rib rice.

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This netizen paid RM9.50 for the same dish.

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This person paid RM10 for his sweet and sour pork rice.

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Speaking to SAYS, the disheartened customer said he visited the restaurant on 5 October

When asked if the customer before him received more meat than him, he said both of them were served with meager portions of protein.

His total meal cost RM11, with RM1 for a glass of Chinese tea.

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