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Red Raven Acton - Another Disaster in the Food Desert

StriperGuy | Apr 9, 201504:30 AM     9

Passable French Onion soup.

Flatbread that had three day old marinated chicken on it that had started to go off.

Fish stew that was simply pureed tomatoes out of a can tossed with some seafood. Nothing more. Some actual fish broth... nah why bother.

Kids meal that was grilled chicken (which was nice, they should have used this on the flatbread) greens straight out of a bag with a few icky ones that should have been picked out, and NOTHING else. Do they kids get some fries or another carb, nah.

When I asked for bread the stuff they brought out had been sliced probably at lunch time and was half stale, almost too tough for my little ones to get their teeth through.

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