A week ago I sent the following e-mail to the managers of MulYam. Until now, no answer.
I would very much appreciate your expert opinion on my proposal.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 7:27 PM
Subject: Corking (halitza)
This is directed to the person or persons who decided on your policy for charging corking at a rate of 25 SH per person per bottle, contrary to the policy of any other restaurant I know in the world, where corking is charged PER BOTTLE.
We are a group of six friends, all professionals, all wine lovers, and four of us are wine collectors.
We meet regularly for lunch at different first rate restaurants, and the collectors bring, each one, a bottle of wine to share with the friends.
Recently we went to Rafael and we were charged, for our four bottles, at a rate of 35 SH per bottle, a total of 140 SH.
We would like to enjoy, as a group, your excellent cuisine ( I am particularly fond of your oysters and scallops), but we CANNOT do it, because you would charge us, instead of the 140 SH of Rafael, the absurd sum of 4 x 25 x 6 = 600 SH.
I do not know who invented your method, but I strongly encourage you to change it according to the normal procedure. Even if your charge 50 SH per bottle, instead of the 35 SH that Rafael charges, we would have to pay 200 SH, which is admissible.
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