Zih and Be Seen

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Thursday, April 20, 2017, 14:49 (1181 days ago) @ frostbite

How the hell are they supposed to put the 10% charges on the menu?

Easy enough: "A 10% gratuity will be added to the bill". I've seen that in the States, but generally only for larger groups. I don't like restaurants telling me how much to tip. I generally tip 20%, but if they add 10% that's all they get and I'll take my business elsewhere, in the future. On occasion, when paying with a credit card, I've been asked to leave cash by the waiter. Makes you wonder about their employer...

Which part of "It's a practice usually reserved for Semana Santa and Navidad" didn't you understand? Even if they print it on the menu you already stated you wouldn't tip more, so I fail to see the difference.

You can sure tell who the elitists and who the wage workers are. So if they add it you penalize them even when you know that most people are lousy tippers and waiters struggle to survive. Aren't you just a sweetheart. Are you aware most waiters only get paid via the tips they make?

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