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if the bill was £40

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PinkKerPlink Mon 22-May-06 19:16:54

how much would/should the tip be?

CarlK Mon 22-May-06 19:17:44

at least £4 depending on the service

cod Mon 22-May-06 19:18:32

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hana Mon 22-May-06 19:20:27

I'd say a fiver if service was good
hate it when restaurants assume a 12.5% gratuity and it's added on, or places that have 'gratuity not included' splashed all over the menus

TambaTheDragonSlayer Mon 22-May-06 19:23:10

I dont tip

Was out for a pizza with a friend last week and as I paid he asked why I didnt leave a tip -I didnt know I was supposed to!

nutcracker Mon 22-May-06 19:23:50

I don't tip either Tamba.

Angeliz Mon 22-May-06 19:24:46

Yes 10%.
If it was nice and good serivice.
If not sweet f.a

Twiglett Mon 22-May-06 19:24:46


MerlinsBeard Mon 22-May-06 19:24:46

i don't tip, its not like they don't get paid for what they do

Angeliz Mon 22-May-06 19:25:07

WOW, 3 posts at EXACTLY the same time!

Twiglett Mon 22-May-06 19:25:13

unless in US .. then you double the VAT

BadHair Mon 22-May-06 19:27:51

10% but I round up if service was really, really good. So if it was a £4 tip I'd give them a fiver if they'd been helpful.
I only tip in places where I've had proper service, ie a bit more than a surly teenager shuffling you to your table, plonking a menu down then buggering off for an hour. So Pizza Hut staff don't get much cash out of me I'm afraid.

LadyTophamHatt Mon 22-May-06 19:30:22

depends how much loose change I have in my pocket.

certainly no more than a couple of quid though....

morningpaper Mon 22-May-06 19:34:12

never less than 10%

Blu Tue 23-May-06 10:34:11

Are these tip tips?

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