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Restaurants & Bars

Jai Yun offers only fixed price dinners now

elise h | Aug 13, 200201:45 AM     26

My friend and I dined at Jai Yun in early June and had a lovely meal. We returned with friends last weekend, only to find that the restaurant offers only fixed priced dinners, starting at $35/person and moving upward past $60/person. The waitress explained that the restaurant had become more popular, the quality of ingredients had improved, and the restaurant hired more people (her). We were not pleased. We could see that the dishes at the only other table that was occupied (late Friday night) were the same as we had before. Also, we preferred to compose our own menu. We were not willing to spend $35/person (food alone) and left. We were so disappointed as the owner had previously seemed so sincere, rather than so greedy.

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