I went to grab a salad for lunch, paid for the salad, then turned around to get a dressing from the refrigerator (this is a sort of mom and pop type place). As I am getting the dressing, I'm told that the dressing will be 50 cents extra. Mind you there are no signs posted anywhere saying this and I figure that dressing is automatically included in the price when you order a salad.
I asked if she was kidding, and she said no the dressing would be 50 cents extra on top of the price of the salad. Which I thought was kind of weird that it wasn't just included in the price to begin with, since most people who order salads probably put something on it. Why not just include it in the price in the first place, and raise your overall price?
So, bad service, or just weird service?
(ETA: I think it's worth mentioning I've never had this happen before around here (Northeast), even when I've grabbed a pre-made salad at various places, it's always included in the overall price which was why I was kind of surprised when she told me it was extra.)