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Lunasia -- Charging for Nonexistent Hot Tea

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Lunasia -- Charging for Nonexistent Hot Tea

gdtobme | Jun 5, 2010 10:33 PM

My friend and I went to Lunasia in Alhambra for Dim Sum. We told the waiter we didn't want any tea so only iced water was brought to the table. I was surprised to see a $2 charge on the bill for "Hot Tea". When I inquired about this, the guy who handled the bill said it was a "seating charge". When I said "huh?", he clarified that it was for the iced water. Again, I said "huh?". Finally, the guy left then came back and THREW a revised bill on our table with the Hot Tea marked "Promo". Couldn't they have just taken it off the bill instead of giving some ridiculous explanations and still be nice about it and not throw the bill on the table?

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