Customer is furious after being charged £32 for scrambled eggs on a single slice of toast at a London cafe

A disappointed customer felt disappointed when she was charged £32 for a SINGLE slice of toast and scrambled eggs.

The “tasteless truffles” and easy portion size enraged this woman after visiting a fancy London restaurant.

No amount of shaved truffles could make up for the £32 price tag


No amount of shaved truffles could make up for the £32 price tagCredit: boujiefoodie93/TikTok
However, the french toast was a treat


However, the french toast was a treatCredit: boujiefoodie93/TikTok

Speaking to her followers on TikTok: @Boujiefoodie93 shared her shocking experience.

She said clean the clip: “This is the most expensive scrambled egg on toast I’ve ever tasted.”

“No amount of shaved truffles can make up for the fact that this toast is £32 a slice.”

“The toast itself was good, but we could hardly taste any of the truffles.”

The content creator also opted for the French toast – which garnered more praise than the eggs.

The sweet and savory breakfast, served with a generous helping of cream and compote, was a hit.

Another “extremely delicious” dish on the menu was an apple and fanno croissant, which was immaculately presented.

“Overall, I think the sweet pastries are worth the price, but the scrambled egg toast isn’t,” concluded the Boujie foodie.

The TikToker and her friend ended up spending £180 to cover the entire bill including drinks.

A three-course set lunch in the elegant restaurant will set you back £54, while side dishes cost an extra £9.

But a la carte main courses alone can cost up to £54, and a starter costs £32.

If you fancy beluga caviar, the large portion is £495.

This is what happens when other people try some of the most expensive restaurants in London.

Horrified customers have accused a bakery believed to be Britain’s most expensive of ‘day robbery’.

Cédric Grolet was criticized by outraged visitors who were shocked to find biscuits would fetch them £25 after menu prices were kept secret.

And Dior has also been criticized for the price of its sweet treats – £70 for a box of nine gingerbread cookies

Elsewhere in the world, a holidaymaker was outraged when his two tequilas, two beers and six prawns totaled £360.

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An apple and fanno croissant was also a hit


An apple and fanno croissant was also a hitCredit: boujiefoodie93/TikTok
The total bill for two people was £180 including drinks


The total bill for two people was £180 including drinksCredit: boujiefoodie93/TikTok


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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