3 ON YOUR SIDE (3TV) - A group is making quite the name for itself when it comes to Valley restaurants.
The group has two adults, three kids and dogs.
It's unknown if they're an actual family, but what they're doing isn't right.
The owner and employees at Kawaii Sushi and Asian Cuisine in Peoria say they're pretty good when it comes to customer service.
However, they say when the group of customers seen in the restaurant surveillance video came in to eat recently, the unexpected happened.
The two adults, three children and two dogs were greeted by their waitress, Gabriela Weber, who seated them.
"They came in. They started looking at the menu," Weber said.
The five of them ordered wonton soup, California rolls, salmon rolls, and fried rice.
According to the restaurant, the group ate just about everything and racked up a $67 bill.
"When they were almost done eating, they started complaining the food was not good and that they didn't want to pay or anything like that," said Weber.
Apparently, the adults and three kids claimed they didn't like their food and refused to pay the bill.
So, the restaurant's general manager Kelly Yu stepped in to diffuse the problem.
"As a manager, I go to a table and address what's the problem," said Yu.
Without paying, the group leaves. But not without one of the kids allegedly yelling out racial slurs at Yu.
"It's not just the Chinese that is the racist thing. It's about the teenager saying something like that," said Yu.
An employee snapped a picture of the group's license plate and filed a police report.
Then Yu posted the video on social media, and people replied that this group reportedly has a habit of dining and dashing.
"I saw that some other restaurants and they did the same thing," said Yu.
Top Shelf Mexican Cantina, which also has a location in Peoria, tells 3 On Your Side that the same group, along with their dog, consumed big plates full of food.
After complaining they were not satisfied with their meals, the group bolted.
China Chili, located in central Phoenix, tells us the same group tried to pull off the scheme at their restaurant, but the group reluctantly paid after receiving several large entrees to take home for free.
As for Yu, she wants to warn others about this dine and dash caper.
"We just want fair money. We want a business deal like that. We provide food, and then you pay for what you owe. That's it," said Yu.
The Peoria Police Department confirms that they are investigating, and they do know who the group is.