Attached is a standard Filet-O-Fish at MacDonald's in Hong Kong. You can see it has one sad little strip of cheese and the fish fillet is a bit on the small size. I was wondering if it's idiomatic to say the Filet-O-Fish is stingy in portion and overpriced. Is leaving out "in portion" acceptable? I want to make the sentence parallel.
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