If you want your money stolen, please DO go to Underdoggs. At the bar during the IPL match (Delhi vs Kolkata) on May 22, 2012 (tuesday), because of the limited number of tables we ordered our drinks at the bar. The bartender brought us our drinks and charged Rs. 1800 for two glasses of Stella and a gin and tonic. We know there's inflation and what not, but that was ridiculous.
So I asked the man who served us that I wanted the receipt, a reasonable request I presume. Shocked and in awe the server repeats, "Bill???". He wanders off for a while and returns to tell us that our bill is actually Rs. 1600 and returns the stolen 200 to us. I insist on the bill yet again. FYI it is my right at any institution to request and receive a bill or receipt for any transaction. Again, flustered he runs off to appear another 10 minutes later. The innings are almost over.
He waltzes up to my friend, testing our integrity and says, (translated) "Sir, your bill is actually 1655, are you willing to pay the other 55?" We say yes. He's MIA another 10 minutes. I catch hold of him and inform him that if he doesn't bring us our bill in the next 5 minutes, I will file an FIR (First Information Report) against the entire establishment for 'cheating' under S. 420 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
Two minutes in, and the bill is finally brought to us. The calculations seem correct and includes a service charge for giving us our drinks at the bar. Lovely.
Ignoring that, we finish the rest of the match and leave, never to return to this racketeering hole they call a sports bar. I wonder, how many other poor souls they may have successfully duped, or cheated.
Moral of the story: Never forget to ask the establishment for your bill. It's your right.