Went to Sweet and Tart last night, and ordered my usual shrimp dumplings, congee, and roast pork buns (all excellent as usual), but I wanted to try a vegetable. I asked the waitress for a recommendation and she brought a green leafy veggie (don't remember what it was) in an excellent salty oil-based sauce. I was delighted until I got the bill. While nothing else I orderd topped $5, the veggie was $13.95. Now I know I probably should hvae asked for the price, and the dish was very good, but don't you think that, considering what else I ordered, the waitress could have mentioned that this green leafy veggie would almost double my bill?