Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by lTZY, Jun 18, 2019.
do u leave a tip when u order to go at a restaurant?
Really all depends on the place and the complication of the order. Usually no, but my regular places I do when I have cash since they see me all the time and give me good service.
Top priority for non-obligation tipping are small mom and pop restaurants.
Yes, and I did so even when I was a minor. I leave 20% usually.
Nope. I live in Denmark, and it is not required unless the service was amazing.
Not normally in the UK unless the service is amazingly good. I don't understand why it's a society rule in some places to give tips??
I live in Canada and it's expected for you to tip. I tip every time I dine in at a restaurant.
All the time, anytime
I usually give somewhere between 20-30% tip
I've even given 50% tip before, mostly cause I ordered small but still loved the service
tip for the waiters is included in the total price you have to pay in belgium
Mine depends. If it's a self serve, I don't tip unless the service was really fast or something. Then, I will give a 10% tip. If it's a normal, cheap restaurant, I tip around 15% or round up to the nearest dollar. If it's a bit priced restaurant, I tip around 20% and if it's really upscale, it's between 25-35%.
Yes, I am that specific.
When I order to go? Rarely.
One time I had a to go order and when I signed the receipt the waitress was like, "Oh, no tip." It was playful but it made me feel bad, so the second time I ordered out there I left a tip.
nobody does that in my country so no
No I don't and if I feel like they will force it I just take my food and eat outside
Why would she even expect tip on receipt those people do tax your food no need to pay extra .
even if you had it take way ?
Nope. I am still a student. Even affording a meal is hard enough. Giving a tip is not an option... LMAO.
No, we don't tip in my country anywhere because it's all included in the price.