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Geylang seafood joint charges $353.40 for four dishes

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A disgruntled father has taken to Facebook to complain about Sin Huat Eating House – a seafood joint in Geylang – for charging him $353.40 for four dishes.

The customer, Kenneth Tan, had taken his sons to the coffeeshop eatery and claimed that he received slow service in the “old, dirty, dim and hot” food outlet, where he was allegedly charged $100 for 1 fish and $200 for a crab bee hoon.

Tan wrote on Facebook:

“Sin Huat Seafood: Do not eat there. Total rip off! Slaughter house! Kena chop! Please share this with all your friends. 
“$353.40 for 4 dishes! I hope none of my friends will have to go through my experience. Almost $100 for 1 fish and $200 for a crab bee Hoon. They think they are Ritz Carlton?! I had dinner there with my 2 boys on Saturday and I still cannot get over this traumatic experience. 
“Service was slow. More than 1 hour before 1st dish arrives. Old, dirty, dim and hot coffee shop charging 5 star restaurant price. I will never ever eat there again. I hope you will never do too. 
“Really wonder why such places still exist?”

Sin Huat Seafood: Do not eat there. Total rip off! Slaughter house! Kena chop! Please share this with all your friends….

Posted by Kenneth Tan on Tuesday, 24 October 2017

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