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Diner Slams ‘£30 Meal At Fancy London Restaurant’

A diner has reportedly slammed a meal they spent £30 on at a fancy London restaurant. 
Credit: Unsplash & @raveen__x/Twitter

A diner has reportedly slammed a meal they spent £30 on at a fancy London restaurant. 

The woman, who goes by the name Raveen on social media, took to Twitter on August 25 and claimed she visited The Shard – one of the tallest skyscrapers in the UK capital – and was left disappointed with what was on her plate.

She tweeted: “Guys look at my £30 meal I got at The Shard.”

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The diner claimed they spent £30 on the meal at the London restaurant. Credit: @raveen__x/Twitter

In the photo, Raveen’s plate appeared to include a portion of chicken, a potato and a scoop of brown sauce.

She claimed that if she had wanted fries to go along with her meal, she would have had to cough up an additional fiver.

Since sharing a snap of the food, the Twitter user’s post has accumulated over 1,000 retweets and more than 9,000 likes.

One person said: “I’d actually cry… Imagine skipping lunch because you know you’re going to The Shard and this what they come out with for £30. My condolescences.”

Another added: “Bad presentation. That chef should be fired. But the portion looks right. If anything, the side seems generous. Gordan Ramsay would be p***ed that plate made the passing.”

“Straight up thought that chicken breast was a depressed jacket potato for a second,” a third commented.

However, some people took to The Shard’s defence and said the price of the meal wasn’t too bad.

“Do you understand how much a building like The Shard costs to build, how much property is inside it it and how limited the space is?” they penned. “You could have looked at the menu before. Obviously you’re going to be paying premium. No one forced you to go there.”

The Shard has yet to comment on the backlash.

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