Went there on Canada Day 2012 to buy some samosas. It was close to closing time but all I wanted were two samosas and they were spinning on the turntable. I got the fellow's attention and he was carrying a dustpan and had just finished sweeping up.
I placed my order and was waiting for him to wash his hands. When he didnt I asked him if wouldnt mind washing his hands first.
He crushed the bag he was about to put the samosas in looked at me and said "we are closed". He refused to wash his hands and refused to sell me the samosas.
We will never eat there again.
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