If you 100% know waiters are getting (as in UK) minimum wage (around $10/hr) do you advocate same %
Re article on tipping - closed a couple of weeks ago This is not pro/anti tipping or advocating %s, merely rasing issues Also it does not consider the issue of tip sharing among non waiting staff.
Since Oct 2009, in the UK, employers have been legally obliged to pay waiting staff a wage at least equal to the minumum wage.The menu costs will therefore reflect that overhead (or the employer will soon start losing money.
I think you should tip what you want to tip, or not if you don't want to.
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