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Tuesday, 20 December 2016

RM34.70 For Overpriced 'Nasi Campur' With Sad Piece Of Fish And Tiny Prawns

Not Worth The Money! RM34.70 For Overpriced 'Nasi Campur' With Sad Piece Of Fish And Tiny Prawns

In a time where prices of goods are increasing, netizens are furious to learn that a plate of ‘nasi campur’ (mixed rice) in a restaurant located in the heart of the city has been overcharging its consumers.
Mazirah Azmi took to Facebook last week to share a photo of the receipt that was issued by Pak Din Sajian Melayu in Sogo Shopping Complex, as proof for being overcharged RM34.70 for her simple meal.
The serving certainly did not fit the price as Mazirah only had two types of underwhelming dishes – a scrawny pomfret fish (ikan bawal) that costs RM7.50, and two thumb-sized prawns that costs RM12 each.
Based on logic, Mazirah’s meal shouldn’t have come close to the shocking amount, unless the size of perhaps the tiger prawns, which are larger and usually more expensive.

And as her posting went viral, Mazirah found out that she was not the only victim of being overcharged by the restaurant.

“If you must know, this restaurant is expensive, and other restaurants are less expensive than this restaurant. I’ve eaten here before – I had a plate of rice with chicken and salted egg, and it costs me RM10,” wrote Facebook user Noor Imamah Nasir.
“My mother experienced the same predicament at Pak Haji Din as she was charged RM32.90 (pic), The employees at Sogo have advised her not to eat at Pak Din, but what else is there to say. The restaurant may look clean, but it’s expensive,” shared Honey Desy.
In relation to this, people who would like to make a complaint regarding restaurants with unreasonable prices can relay their complaints to the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry (Ministry) at 03-8000 8000 (1Malaysia One Call Centre).
- Malaysian Digest

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