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A bistro in Paris caused indignation after a customer revealed that she had to pay 50 cents for a slice of lemon in her sparkling water

The bistro in Paris arouses indignation in France by asking 50 cents for each slice of LEMON in drinks

  • Nora Hamadi, 39, paid $ 5.50 for Perrier water and charged extra for the garnish
  • The journalist tweeted a photo of her bistro voucher that attracted attention
  • Paris is now the most expensive city in the world with Hong Kong and Singapore
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A bistro in Paris caused indignation after a customer revealed that she had to pay 50 cents for a slice of lemon in her sparkling water.

Nora Hamadi, 39, was shocked when she ordered a bottle of Perrier water in the French capital for an eye-catching € 5.50 – to discover that she would have to pay extra for the garnish.

Paris, now the most expensive city in the world together with Hong Kong and Singapore, is known for its high rents and expensive eateries.

A bistro in Paris caused indignation after a customer revealed that she had to pay 50 cents for a slice of lemon in her sparkling water

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A bistro in Paris caused indignation after a customer revealed that she had to pay 50 cents for a slice of lemon in her sparkling water

The journalist based in Paris went to twitter to share her grievances and to place a photo of the receipt of the Bistrot de la Tour in the chic 15th district of the city.

She wrote in French: & # 39; In Paris you get the slice of lemon in your perrier! # robbery in broad daylight & # 39 ;.

It quickly got the attention of both the locals and their experiences with expensive run-ins at Paris venues.

A local tweet in answer: & # 39; In the 15th they would have you pay for the air if they could & # 39; while another answered: & # 39; Citroen is the new bitcoin & # 39 ;.

The Paris-based journalist went to Twitter to share her grievances and posted a photo of the receipt from the Bistrot de la Tour in the chic 15th arrondissement of the city

The Paris-based journalist went to Twitter to share her grievances and posted a photo of the receipt from the Bistrot de la Tour in the chic 15th arrondissement of the city

The Paris-based journalist went to Twitter to share her grievances and posted a photo of the receipt from the Bistrot de la Tour in the chic 15th arrondissement of the city

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Another tweette: & # 39; It's just a tourist & # 39 ;.

Mrs. Hamadi revealed that her group had to cough up a stunning € 30 for five bottles of water.

In the restaurant's menu, customers are also charged for the price of syrup, milk and even € 1 for anyone who wants to go to the toilet and who has not bought anything, reports The Local.

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