0% they get paid to do their work
10% by law here, although its optional but if the staff is well mannered i have no problem paying it
in USA i tip 20%
in EU i dont tip or if im paying in cash i just leave the change
10% usually if service is good, unless it's automatically added to my bill then I will reduce it to 5% for putting people under pressure to ask to have it removed.
In this country companies pay staff wages, not me.
really depends on the food and service if good 20% if normal 10% if shit 0%
I round it up usually but depends on how much it is
If it's a good meal I round up. So if it's 47.50 or something I make it 50
it is not required but these
its 15-20% for restaurants in us
10-15% for other stuff like hmm barber, uber, tech repair, any food delivery service, etc
US culture is you basically have to tip for 90% of stuff and if you don't you're an asshole, people working cashiers at restaurants and what not get annoyed/upset if you don't tip even a dollar.
nobody tips me when i do my job, so i dont tip em either
it's called having a fucking salary
we already have high hourly rates and high taxes. It doesn't cost 4 euros to serve coffee and say my name.
When I was in Czechia I was tipping like 20-30 percent. In Norway I only tip food couriers
Its sad to see how many people wont give tips, nerds are greedy af
0% or like 1 euro depends on what it is
i have never tipped in my life.
I stand up so I'm not in a sit-down restaurant anymore and I don't have to pay tips, ez lifehack
If service is good, then 10 or 20 extra, if not just round up the bill
usually 15% to 20% because of the tipping culture in Canada being similar to US
0 and, sometiems, i make them pay me instead.
Depends on the level of service but 20% is fairly standard here
unless Service was memorable than anywhere betweem15-25%.
Tip is a reward for servers here, not a participation trophy,
10% extra at most if service was really good, only more if im trying to impress a girl somehow (never gonna happen)
most of the time here the tip is included on the bill but never goes above 10%
depend on the service, generaly between 0.50 and 2 euros
depends if the server is cute or not
Sometimes, if I'm really impressed by the service. But usually nah
Tipping culture is used as an excuse by employers to not pay their workers fair wages. By tipping you are continuing the injustice.
In brazil there's a standard 10% fee on service tips that, while it isnt obligatory to pay, EVERYONE tips it.
The added cost just goes to the table's fee and if we feel like it we could just erase it of our bill, but I personally don't know anyone that has ever asked to not pay for service; tables usually like coming up together to pay for service fees
u think i have money to go to restaurant 😁
i never go to restaurants but i tip 2-5€ sometimes for delivery driver
0 is the only right answer
I don't live in america so 0%
I only tip if I think that I have made the servers jobs very difficult, by for example changing menu items or something of the likes. In general I really dislike tipping culture.
im a brazillian student -> im poor.
If you're not making enough money from your job consider a change in career, I don't tip the person that delivers my post, I don't tip the person that makes my coffee in the morning, I don't tip the person that runs my items through at the shop, why should I tip you for bringing a plate of food out and then taking it away it's literally your job.
Depending on the service (and cost in general) most of the time 5-10%
In Europe 0, im a poor student. In America its obv different
Typically 10%. If the service was terrible then nothing. If it was great 15%.
I was feeling really sad one day at an IHOP at 3 am and tipped like 150%. That was nice.
depends if it's hooters or not
In America waiters usually make their income from tips (which is dumb but it is what it is) so like 5-10%
I never tip male waiters, go hit the oil rig chief
if i eat with my girl or family we tip 0 because its honestly stupid (only my dad is big tipper) when iam with someone who i dont really know that much i keep it like 15%.
0, unless they are super friendly then any change i have really, i dont see tiping as a must they get paid if i want to i can give me money sure
why the hell would i tip
i need tip for the fuel
Only tipped pizza man or barman other can fuck off
just a little and then I go all in
Restaurant will know I like their service when they see me visiting them again.
if its a hotgirl then like 30%
Zero bro, we dont do that in sweden
If they did a good job $1
Hot waitress 30%
luckily i'm asian, so I don't have much of a tip to give
depends on the culture of the place I'm eating. In some countries I tip but in others I don't
Just round it off really. Most restaurants share the tips anyway so the person you want to tip only gets a fraction of it anyway.
no, only to delivery man when i have to pay for example 209,50 zloty, i give him 210 to show my generosity.
typically 30%ish in restaurants
i don't order food delivery
from Vegas, so I tip generously
50% like all normal humans
I do not tip they earn enough without my input
I'm already paying for a overpriced food which is overpriced precisely because they need to have profit and also pay the workers then why the hell would I pay them more?
Usually between 20-30% but if I dont like the service just 10%
a few coins/notes when im in 3rd world countries
I barely have enough money, the prices are absurdly high and it seems like they keep on going up, ain't no way I'm going to tip 💀
Adequate to the quality of service I recieve. Might be 0, might be more than the meal.
Here's how it legally works.
People are allowed to employ and pay people UNDER the minimal wage if establishment receives more than X money in tips.
By tipping you are making your meals and drinks cost more to you, you are making life very stressful to workers because they rely on random tips and by far the worst thing is enabling greedy morons not to pay their workers what they should.
It's a lose-lose scenario for everyone apart from greedy fucks who own the business, extort people and usually make pretty terrible working environments.
You shouldn't be the one paying their paycheck, it should be the owner. You are letting the owner get away with it.
usually a fiver, if the meal was scrum diddly umptious maybe a ten. anything other than a restaurant and i aint tipping shit, shits dumb af
depends per country and how satisfied i am and price, lets say if i eat really well idm giving up to 10 bucks on top if food is good and cheap
Tipping is not given here, because the restaurant already pays the workers a salary.
But in some expensive restaurants they copied that custom of foreign restaurants that of giving tips.
But here you don't usually give tips, because the restaurant already pays the workers
maybe in expensive restaurants there is that custom but it is a foreign custom
only peasants and poor people dont tip
usually just round the bill, plus maybe if i got delivery when theres shitty weather and the guy is on a bike or something
no tip ofc. thats their job. what am i looking like idiot??
0%, in England we just pay people the correct wage anyway
I don't tip lol, but I think they get paid a good salary here compared to places like USA
10-15% depends how good the job was
if the experience is good, i usually round out the bill by a bit.
For example: i had a great experience and a helpful waiter last week in a restaurant and had to pay 110, so i rounded it out to 120, gave him the 10er
If they do a good job and are pleasant, then around 10%.
If there were issues that weren't resolved or apologised for etc then 0%
I've worked in hospitality, and tips and a huge part of the job.
Americans better be tipping 20% to servers
tipping is customary in israel , i usually tip around 10-13% if the waiter was kind and helpful. otherwise- i rarely tip
depends how much I want to impress my date, sometimes I'll just leave a 100 eur bill behind
Zero, I don't go to restaurants :(
see in eu workers dont get abused to hell so they dont actually rely on tips in order to survive
either 0 or rounding up the bill to the nearest 10, or if the service is exceptional somethingl ike 10-25 euros (not if the server is male tho)
Depends on the service. If it’s food, usually 15%.
I only tip in actual restaurants and depending on the service.
I usually tip 20%, I tip 5-10% if the service is exceptionally garbage, I tip 0% if there is already a tip included in the bill.
people get paid decent wages here so i dont tip
I dont tip by %. I just round it up to a number that feels fair. When Im looking at my accounts, Id much rather have a transaction for $25.00 even than something goofy like $24.71
Never been to restaurant idk
In my country peoplen dont tip, because they get paid to work