We had a meal at Remataki restaurant in Samos. The location is nice, next to the sea. The meal was descent: not particularly "Greek traditional", not particularly tasty. Pythagoreion is a touristic area and one would not expect to find there authentic Greek food. One should go to the villages to find so. However, we got really upset because the price for swordfish that we were asked to pay (15 Euros) differed from the price stated on the menu (10 Euros). The manager came up with an unreasonable excuse: he said that the price on the menu was for frozen swordfish whereas the one they offered was fresh. He said that we were expected to understand by simply reading the menu (!!!) that 10 Euros could never be the price for fresh fish!!!! This is a very bad excuse!!! The menu is supposed to write clearly whether the food is frozen or fresh. In addition, the bill simply stated that we had paid 15 Euros for something without saying whether this was fish or something else and without stating the quantity of the fish. When one buys fish, the bill should state the quantity (e.g., 300 grammars) as well as the price for fish per kilo. We all got very disappointed by the practice and excuses of the manager. This practice cheats the customers and it ruins the reputation of the restaurant fully. We will never go to Remataki again.
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