Tipping is a Cultural practice

Tipping is a customary practice in most countries. The restaurant industry has set a range of percentages they feel are correct for tipping whether you in the U.S., Canada and why not in Haiti . For satisfactory service it is 15% of the sum of the bill. Above that means service was good to exceptional, up to 20%. Up to 25% indicates service was excellent.


If a wine steward has chosen you a wine that has made your dining experience enjoyable, either tip them directly or add it to the server's tip.

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