My friend and I went for dinner here last night, hearing some great reviews and some historical descriptions, we were eager to check it out. The food was good, the drinks were good, and the service was ok. Until the bill came.
Our server offered us bread and cheese and what appeared to be artichoke hearts, and we said yes, seeing as every other restaurant we had been to, the charge for bread was around 100 pesos.
They charged us 800 pesos for this. A small portion of bread, cheese, and artichoke. 19 US dollars. My tenderloin steak with mushrooms was 530 pesos to put it into perspective.
Its one thing to up-sell your product, but its another thing entirely to try and scam your customers into buying appetizers worth 10$ more then your filet.
So even though the food was decent and the beers were too, I encourage all travellers to stay away from businesses like this due to the udder lack of care for the customers, and to not get entirely ripped off.
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