How do you tip at an all-you can eat buffet?
When you go to a all you can eat buffet, do you tip at the same level as you would at a full service restaurant?
Usually there is a waitress who bring beverages by or someone who cleans the tables. Just leave them a five dollar tip.
I feel guilty sometimes if I don't tip at a buffet even though I rarely leave a tip (at a buffet, that is) But on the other hand I don't think the people bringing drinks to the table are paid "server" wages (like $3.00/hr). Besides, I am getting up and down getting my own food. So I would say the tip would not be the normal 15 to 20 percent. Leave a buck or two, that's good enough.
I just leave the tip according to their service, behaviour and manners. I usually give tip below 5 dollar
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