After making headlines for demanding $655 from an American couple for 12 oysters and four drinks, a Greek restaurant has done it again by demanding an astronomical sum from Italian tourists.
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They stated on the site Tripod AdvisorTo support their bill, DK Oyster on the island of Mykonos handed them a bill of 711 euros, or about 1050 Canadian dollars, for a shrimp and squid dish, a cocktail and three glasses of orange juice.
“They are the biggest cheats and thieves in Mykonos,” claimed a disgruntled tourist.
They said they were passing by the restaurant when employees invited them to sit for free.
They claim they ordered three orange juices, an Aperol spritz and “somewhere between calamari and shrimp.”
Customers claim they don’t know the cost of these items until they receive the invoice, and to add insult to injury, meals include deck chairs and umbrellas.
“They made our meal a terrible experience, the tourists claimed. According to them, DK Oyster should be closed because it tarnishes the reputation of Mykonos.
“Never go there. There are much cheaper options,” said the tourist.