Dine-in restaurants - Not what was ordered or expected

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  • Restaurants are not allowed to give misleading information about their food.
  • For example, "homemade" food should always be homemade.
  • If a substitution has to be made for a cheaper product, customers must be informed.
  • If you're still unhappy and feel like the food was misrepresented in an advert, on a menu, or by restaurant staff, you can consider contacting the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's Retail Food Program.

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