Netizen shares bad experience at a seaside floating restaurant in Negros Occidental
SEASIDE FLOATING RESTAURANT – A netizen took to social media wherein she shared her “bad experience” at a seafood resto in Balaring, Silay City in Negros Occidental.
It was just recently when Virgin Island, a 20-minute boat ride away from Panglao, made a buzz after a netizen shared that her friend was charged over 26,000 pesos in a seafood “paluto”.
But the vendor denied that there was overpricing. Apparently, the damage has been done. All the tourist activities on the island have been suspended and the stalls were removed by the local government unit.
Since the issue broke on the internet, some posts about alleged overpricing at restos surfaced on social media.
One of the most recent is the “bad experience” of a netizen at a seafood resto in Balaring, Silay City.
Recently, a certain RM T. Araneta went to the social networking site, Facebook wherein she expressed her disappointment and at the same time share her bad experience after eating out at a seafood resto.
In the first part of her post, she claimed that the food being served in the said resto was not “good.”
According to her, she complained after not receiving the exact change from her payment and not indicating the breakdown of the food they ordered.
It is indicated in the receipt that their meal was 2020 pesos. Apparently, the breakdown was not stated.
She cited for instance they ordered a “baked talaba” for 190 but after another computation, they found out it was already 320.
Aside from that, the OR said that they paid through credit. Probably, they paid in cash.
Here’s the actual post of the netizen:
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