An indignant customer criticized a famous cafe, located in Venice’s San Marco Square, after having had to pay 43 euros for two coffees and two bottles of water. The local owner explained that the fault belongs to the one who made the order.
The payment note for two espresso coffees and two bottles of water was handed to a customer of the Lavena Café in the famous San Marco Square in Venice, Italy.
Juan Carlos Bustamente (62) was so indignant about the 43-euro pay note for four non-alcoholic beverages that he shared his experience on social networks, writes Daily Mirror.
It was charged with 11.50 euros for each cup of coffee and 10 euros for each bottle of water. Caffe Lavena is, however, one of Venice’s key destinations, but Bustamento did not look impressive about this and criticized the bill for too much.
“I do not know what you think, but 43 euros for two coffees and two bottles of water!”, Exclaimed the man on social networks.
“It is theft on the face – shame !!!”, commented Vincenzo Cuius Iuculano. In turn, Caffe Lavena’s representative said he has nothing to reproach, and clients pay a PREMIUM price to relax in San Marco Square.
“People are irritated by the bill, because they do not listen to us when we tell them that it’s MORE cheeky to make OUTWARD than inside. All I do is to get upset. If they want coffee, they can get it from the bar with EUR 1.25. If they want to sit outside and listen to the orchestra, admire the bell tower and the Basilica of San Marco, they will pay differently for this experience. ”
Venice annually attracts an average of 30 million tourists annually.