My coworkers and I went to Fujiyama's for lunch today. Of the three, two of us hadn't been to the restaurant before. There were very few descriptions of the sushi on the sheet of paper where you marked what you wanted for the all- you- can- eat lunch. We ask the waitress what quantities the sushi came in for each choice and so we proceeded to place our order in accordingly. One of the coworkers didn't like the taste of some of the things she had ordered. At the end of the meal the waitress looked at the plate with food left on it and said she'd have to charge extra because the food was only partially eaten. The waitress was appalled, indignant and was in disbelief that she hadn't finished her meal. This was very awkward and left my friend trying to explain that this was her first time there and didn't like everything she had chosen. It was never explained to us that there was a rule of paying extra if you didn't clean your plate! Perhaps in the future this should be told to the customers up front. Together we spent approx $60.00 and should in no way have to leave that restaurant feeling like we had just been chastised. We certainly did not get out moneys worth-we didn't even place a second order of the all-you-can-eat lunch! It was not a good experience at all.
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