24 Apr '13, 8am

Should restaurants inform you an estimated price for a crab dish in advance? A customer was shocked by her...

Should restaurants inform you an estimated price for a crab dish in advance? A customer was shocked by her...

A restaurant patron was shocked when she received a bill of $600 for an Alaskan king crab. She was apparently told the crab would cost $24 per 100g, but didn't expect it to be so heavy, her friend claimed. The waitress who served the group, however, claimed she had stated both the crab's weight and price, and there were no objections. This dispute occurred at the No Signboard Seafood restaurant at VivoCity last Thursday. A netizen who goes by the name Winston told citizen journalism website Stomp that his friend had gone there for dinner with six other friends and ordered a few dishes including a whole Alaskan king crab. He wrote: "At the end of the meal, she was shocked to receive such an expensive bill. Just one Alaska King's Crab cost $600! "She asked about the price of the crab before the meal and was told it cost $24 per 100g, but she did not expect the crab to be so ...

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