- Social media users are now attracted to a post shared by one lady who says she paid R3600 for a meal at one of her favourite restaurants
- The woman is seemingly based in the United States and has posted a photo of a meal and also included the price of the delicious dish
- Many people feel the food doesn’t deserve such a bill and some have expressed an interest in visiting the restaurant to spoil themselves
A stunning lady has shared a snap of her Sunday meal and the price has really left many in awe. The woman says Sunday’s are for fine dining as she posted a plate of her delicious meal.
Many feel the woman, @JuicyArista, who is seemingly based in the United States is extravagant because the meal is too little for such an exorbitant price.
At the same time, some people are looking for the address and name of the restaurant as they would like to feast on that meal.
The post reads:
"Topped off with a cherry that looks like it had a rough childhood.”
"I never got played this bad but in Miami my wife ordered the ravioli that was $36. It came with 6 pieces. I couldn't stop laughing. Then I went to a place in Jacksonville and got the shrimp for around the same price. 5 shrimp. I went to Burger King after.”
"I'd be catching a felony if this was my plate. This is a war time ration.”
"That's okay baby keep the location a secret.”
"Two hundred whole American dollars PLUS fifty of them for...what?”
"Somethings need to be reserved to retain quality and keep away hoards of people like restaurants but that picture was disgraceful.”
"How do you you all get full off some samples.”
"Please tell us where I want to go so bad I want it please it’s so worth it.”
"When you get rich enough to pretend to be poor.”
Local restaurant thinks up a brilliant initiative to save waiters' jobs: #DriveIn
Still on news related to restaurants, Briefly News reported that a local restaurant has thought up a fun and clever way of keeping its doors open while still following all level 4 lockdown protocols.
The cosy take-away now serves its customers right in their own cars and many other restaurants have followed suit. Heading to social media, Twitter user @MadishaStevie had this inspiring message to share with Mzansi:
"In order to keep their waiters working and making money ...At Wimpy, The Crossing Mafikeng offers a Drive-In - Eat - in - your - Car experience! This is impressive and great for employees." he captioned the post.
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Source: Briefly News