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Influencers tear into 'criminal' restaurant where they were charged $2,000 for a meal

Influencers tear into 'criminal' restaurant where they were charged $2,000 for a meal

A TikTok duo have blasted a Hamptons restaurant over their $2,000 meal and for 'criminal' hospitality

A TikToking duo have hit out at a restaurant for 'the worst dining experience' they've 'ever had', which cost an eye-watering $2,000.

It's one of the worst things isn't it? When you treat yourself to a takeout or get dressed up to go for a nice meal, and the food is even worse than what you could've cooked for yourself at home.

Imagine that, but with a staggering $2,000 price tag and it almost makes you never want to bother going out ever again.

TikToking duo Meg Radice and Audrey Jongens - a.k.a. The VIP List - took to the platform on Tuesday (11 June) to share footage from what 'might be the worst dining experience [they've] ever had' at Mavericks Montauk in The Hamptons, New York.

The video explains: "I know hospitality in the Hamptons isn't the best but this was criminal and it's such a shame because it was a beautiful venue."

They explain they were 'off duty' and 'not planning on taking content' but felt compelled to when their experience went that downhill.

The video explains it allegedly took 'two-and-a-half hours to order an appetizer'.

RIP the seafood tower. (TikTok/@theviplist)
RIP the seafood tower. (TikTok/@theviplist)

'After three hours,' the appetizers arrived but so did the 'first red flag' - 'an A5 Wagyu tartare disguised in beet sauce'.

They continue: "Can you imagine a plate of A5 untouched and questionably vegan?"

To make matters worse, the 'seafood tower collapsed on its own' and 'ruined' someone's dress.

They then called out the 'level of cap' in the descriptions of items on the menu, the chicken with caviar dish not looking how they'd expect.

Is this really worth $2,000? (TikTok/@theviplist)
Is this really worth $2,000? (TikTok/@theviplist)

"It looks like a Chad made this and now I'm calling the Coqodaq police," they added.

Oh, and they blasted 'every dish' as 'flavorless,' the steak 'okay' but only because 'everything's okay when it's drowned in butter' and after five hours of the clearly joyous dining experience, the bill came in at a whopping '$2,000' - the 'only' thing the restaurant doing to rectify the situation allegedly being to 'comp' the toppled seafood tower.

And it's not taken long for people to flood to the comments to weigh in.

One TikToker said: "Is the chicken… cooked?!" as another added: "Wait... why didn't you just leave? 2 hours?!"

A third commented: "Montauk was good back when it was for poor people."

"This looks like all inclusive food," a fourth wrote.

And a final resolved: "This looks like a punishment to eat here."

UNILAD has contacted Maverick's Montauk for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/TikTok/@theviplistnyc

Topics: Food and Drink, Social Media, TikTok, US News, Viral, Travel