A DISAPPOINTED customer felt let down when she was charged £32 for a SINGLE slice of toast and scrambled eggs.
The “tasteless truffles” and basic portion size left this woman fuming after visiting a fancy London restaurant.
Speaking to her followers on TikTok, @Boujiefoodie93 shared her shocking experience.
She said in the clip: “This is the most expensive scrambled egg on toast I have ever had.
“No amount of shaved truffles can make up for the fact that this toast is £32 each.
“The toast itself was good but we could barely taste any of the truffle.”
The content creator also opted for the French toast – which garnered more praise than the eggs.
Served with a generous helping of cream and compote, the sweet and savoury breakfast was a hit.
Another “extremely delicious” item on the menu proved to be an apple Fanno croissant which was immaculately presented.
“Overall I feel the sweet pastries are worth their price but not their scrambled egg toast,” the Boujie Foodie concluded.
The TikToker and her friend ended up forking out £180 to pay the full bill, including drinks.
A set three-course lunch at the plush restaurant will set you back £54, while sides cost an extra £9.
But mains a la carte can cost up to £54 on their own, and one starter selection is priced at £32.
If you fancy some Beluga caviar, the large portion comes in at £495.
This comes as other people sample some of the most expensive eateries in London.
Horrified customers accused one bakery, dubbed Britain’s most expensive, of “daylight robbery”.
Cédric Grolet has been slammed by outraged visitors who were shocked to find cookies would set them back £25 after the menu prices were kept hidden.
And Dior has also been criticised for the price of their sweet treats – at £70 for a box of nine gingerbread biscuits
Elsewhere in the world, one holidaymaker was disgusted when his two tequilas, two beers, and six prawns came to a total of £360.