No. 1 was a Chinese-American fast food restaurant located on the main street in the Village of Webster.
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2011-07-27 14:59:36 The locals know this is probably the worst Chinese restaurant in Webster. They are stingy with the sauce packets and other amenities. The food isn't that great either and I've heard numerous people tell me they've gotten into arguments with the cashier or owners. Location is probably the only thing this place has. —DamianKumor
2012-06-19 13:09:29 Count your change! I'm been a loyal customer of No. 1 in Webster for years but nearly every time they short change me. I've only called them on it occasionally. It doesn't matter who is at the register, they all do it. It makes me wonder if they're cheating me with the prices they type in to the register. I don't do the math ahead of time and they don't give a receipt. I've had enough and for the next few months I've decided to try some other Chinese restaurants. They'll lose what they've stolen from me for sure, and if I like another restaurant better, they may have lost me for good! —ionymous
2012-06-19 16:38:59 Ate there once a few years ago, and it was cr@p. BTW, I wonder if they realize what "number 1" means in American scattilogical slang? It's actually a fairly good descriptor of the awful food served here. We started ordering food from that marginally better place across the county line...... —alex-c
2012-06-20 12:35:00 @alex-c: You've confused "number 1" with "number 2". You only ordered once and you've decided the food is cr@p? What did you order? —ionymous
2012-06-20 15:18:56 It was about 3 years ago, and I believe it was pork in garlic sauce. The meat tasted 'off', was gristly, and the sauce was mostly sugar. Also, they made me wait 10 past the time it was supposed to be done. Sitting there for 10 minutes gave me a good chance to notice the level of filth in the place. Considering everything (quality, cost, convenience, service), I never bothered going back, and considered even the p!ss-poor 'chinese' food at the Webster Wegman's food bar to be preferable. —alex-c