Four colleagues and I went there for lunch. Each one of us ordered a dish. The food tasted good. But for the price ($5 USD per dish), it was not exceptional. When it came time to pay the bill, we faced two issues:
False advertising - One dish we ordered was $7 and not $5 as listed in the menu.
Ride is paid per scoop - 'extra charges' showed up on the bill which were described for each scoop of rice we ate ($0.50 per scoop). However, we were not notified about this 'rice charge' before. Most restaurants give the rice as complimentary or you're made aware to pay per plate/bowl of rice. Charging customers $0.50 per scoop of rice and not telling them beforehand is absurd.
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