Customers Didn’t Quite Get What They Were Promised With These Shady Restaurant Deals

B.R.U.N.C.H

Dining out can be fun, convenient, or both, but one thing is for sure, it is always nice to have a night off from cooking. But not everything is always as it seems as there are some restaurants out there who are not putting their customers’ needs first and it is crazy to think they have so easily got away with it. There are deceiving food portions, deceitful and confusing signage, and much more. Maybe there is a sneaky restaurant secret that you’ve fallen for? Let’s hope not, but it’s probably a good idea to check these out to avoid any future disappointment.

B.R.U.N.C.H

All restaurants have to undergo a health inspection once a year. Once completed, they are graded an A, B, or C. Every restaurant should be aiming for grade A, and a part of the requirement is that the grade has to be displayed in the window.

B.R.U.N.C.H

After being graded a B, this restaurant twisted the truth and added some extra letters to make the word, Brunch. Speaking out about it, an employee said, “Since it was on the window anyway, and we have brunch every Sunday, my friend got the idea to go to the copy center and print out the other letters.”