Relishing a delectable meal at a luxury hotel is definitely on our bucket-lists, but many of us do order after glancing at the prices before ordering the dish. After all, sometimes the prices are so high that it seems like you’re buying hotel shares and not just a meal!
Rahul Bose and his experience with a banana costing Rs. 442 in a Chandigarh hotel is still fresh in our minds. And if that seemed expensive, just wait. The saga of two boiled eggs will make you feel absolutely cheated!
A Twitter user posted his bill, where he paid ₹1700 for just two boiled eggs. The user, Kartik Dhar shared his experience with Mumbai’s Four Seasons, a restaurant chain that functions across India. He wrote, “2 eggs for Rs 1700 at the @FourSeasons Mumbai. @RahulBose1 Bhai Aandolan karein?”
— Kartik Dhar (@KartikDhar) August 10, 2019
With the bill totaling almost Rs. 7000, people were outraged at the overpriced food in luxury hotels.
rs. 6398 ka khana khane ke baad mai to hafte bhar baathroom bhi na jaun😂😂
— Ver!fied Paaji ❁ (@NotThat_Twitt) August 11, 2019
Is ande ke sath Sona bhi nikla hai kya?
— Anupriya Singh (@cricketwoman) August 10, 2019
bhaisahab dinosaur ke ande boil kar ke de diye kya? 😂😂😂
— उधेड़-बुन (@UrbanZameendar) August 10, 2019
Even the dragon eggs in GOT might be cheaper
— Ajay Kamath (@ajay43) August 11, 2019
Did you eat the eggs along with the hen.
— 313 (@The_Wa_Na) August 11, 2019
Why are the coke charges so high when there is MRP (maximum retail price) already printed on them???
— Fukra (@Incorrigble_ME) August 11, 2019
'Anda'-'loan' pe le lete Hain Bhai 🤣
Sasta Sundar Tikau#mainbhimiddleclasshu
— La Leona (@VibhutiKaul3) August 11, 2019
I can have breakfast for four seasons in this budget.
— Kanupriya (@kanupriiya) August 11, 2019
Sir eros charged me Rs 283 for a glass of water pic.twitter.com/Ud76EVhs04
— Mehul Mathur (@mehulmathur14) August 11, 2019
These are the hotels which breeds black money n pay their hardworking employees a Pittance
— old monk (@sumanmitra4) August 11, 2019
Meanwhile, my mom is out negotiating rates with sabziwalas for snagging tomatoes at Rs.10 along with free dhaniya. I wonder if she’d have asked the hotel staff, “Bhaiya, theek theek laga do na!”
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