DK Oyster informs couple ‘you should have checked menu’ after ₤335 expense

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    Lindsay Breen and her husband Alex hit out at DK Oyster over ‘rip off’ prices (Picture: Kennedy News)

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    Lindsay Breen and her other half Alex struck out at DK Oyster over ‘rip off’ rates (Picture: Kennedy News)

    The owner of a Greek dining establishment implicated of striking travelers with sky-high costs for a couple of beverages or treats is battling to protect his ‘honour’.

    DK Oyster struck headings today after a Canadian couple on their honeymoon stated they were charged 400 euros (₤335) for a beer, an Aperol spritz and a lots oysters.

    Lindsay Breen and her other half Alex stated personnel had not revealed them a beverages menu with rates on it and continued attempting to bring things to their table that they had not requested.

    A fast look at TripAdvisor will reveal a lot of one-star evaluations from dissatisfied clients with comparable complaints.

    Dimitrios Kalamaras, who owns the oyster bar in Mykonos has actually lastly broken his silence and has actually safeguarded his rates, boasting that they are merely ‘beyond the budget’ of a few of his visitors.

    He fired back at Lindsay, declaring she was an ‘influencer looking to get famous’ from highlighting her stunning expense.

    Dimitrios stated that ‘dozens’ of comparable ‘false’ declares on TripAdvisor mentioning that personnel declined to offer a menu with rates on it, he chose to put 3 chalkboards at the entryway showing them.

    PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media/Dimitrios Kalamaras - image from Facebook, copyright unknown (PICTURED: DK OYSTER OWNER DIMITRIOS KALAMARAS WHO DEFENDED THE RESAURANT'S PRICES) The owner of a notorious Greek restaurant accused of slapping tourists with an eye-watering bills for simple drinks or snacks has hit back - branding complainers 'influencers looking for free meals'. Dimitrios Kalamaras, owner of DK Oyster in Mykonos, has hit back at a couple who hit headlines this week when they claimed to have been slapped with a staggering 400 euro bill for a beer, an Aperol spritz and a dozen oysters. Honeymooners Lindsay Breen and husband Alex, both 30, claim that staff at the restaurant failed to give them a drinks menu with prices on it before shocking them with the astronomical sum.DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

    Owner Dimitrios Kalamaras states incorrect claims are being left on TripAdvisor which some individuals are attempting to wrangle totally free meals out of the dining establishment (Picture: Kennedy News/Dimitrios Kalamaras)

    He likewise mentions that clients ought to request a supervisor to talk about the rate prior to they order which it would be ‘ridiculous’ for him to describe the menu to every client that goes into.

    Dimitrios likewise states that ‘no adult in their right mind’ would purchase a beverage without seeing just how much it costs initially.

    He states he has no intent of discussing why they charge more than a grocery store or a conventional taverna, announcing DK Oyster’s ‘concept’ is totally various.

    ‘Unfortunately, everybody who operate in the hospitality sector have actually been approached by infamous “influencers” who rather of making their living by marketing services and products to their audience, put pressure on particular organizations for expensive costs and totally free meals,’ he stated.

    ‘In DK Oyster we have advertised in the ways we consider suitable for our restaurant and we will not succumb to the influencers who have been attracted to the beautiful island of Mykonos.’

    PIC FROM Kennedy News and Media (PICTURED: LINDSAY BREEN, 30, FROM TORONTO, CANADA WHO WERE SLAPPED WITH A STAGGERING 400 EURO BILL FOR 12 OYSTERS AND TWO DRINKS WHILE ON HONEYMOON WITH HUSBAND ALEX, 30) The owner of a notorious Greek restaurant accused of slapping tourists with an eye-watering bills for simple drinks or snacks has hit back - branding complainers 'influencers looking for free meals'. Dimitrios Kalamaras, owner of DK Oyster in Mykonos, has hit back at a couple who hit headlines this week when they claimed to have been slapped with a staggering 400 euro bill for a beer, an Aperol spritz and a dozen oysters. Honeymooners Lindsay Breen and husband Alex, both 30, claim that staff at the restaurant failed to give them a drinks menu with prices on it before shocking them with the astronomical sum.DISCLAIMER: While Kennedy News and Media uses its best endeavours to establish the copyright and authenticity of all pictures supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of images supplied and the publication of images is solely at your discretion. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY - 0161 697 4266

    Lindsay and Alex claim they weren’t revealed a correct beverages menu and states personnel attempted to bring them products they had not requested (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)

    Dimitrios stated Lyndsay was ‘trying to get famous through Instagram posts’, although she does not appear to have a huge existence online.

    He states that whenever he gets a grievance on TripAdvisor, he speaks with personnel, including: ‘They constantly guaranteed me that they follow the guidelines.

    ‘So I utilized TripAdvisor to motivate our visitors to constantly search thoroughly through the menu and the rates.

    ‘ I can not stop every individual entering our facilities and describe the significance of such a practice.

    ‘Unfortunately, there are individuals on TripAdvisor freely motivating visitors to come, consume whatever they desire and after that decline to foot the bill.

    ‘ I comprehend that some individuals might discover our rates beyond their budget plan and I completely appreciate their viewpoint, even if they do dislike the worth of our services, food, idea and experience.

    Lindsay declared Alex, a carpenter, was required to a back space to pay and when he requested a breakdown, they revealed him their computer system screen which was all in Greek.

    The employer states her brand-new other half settled the expense without arguing as he felt frightened and simply wished to leave here.

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