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20% for good service. Much less if the service is not good.

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20 to 25% 

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depends on how much wine I'd had with my meal....hic

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We give 10% as restaurants in England are more expensive than America 

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As low as $0.15 to high as %25.
16% on average.
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I usually tip around 30% because I was a food server once and I know how hard they work for the money.

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20% unless they're really great. More, if they are. 

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20, since 15 is hard to figure out so whenever I try it I end up either massively over or under tipping

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Well, I haven't been to one in a very long time.  But, when I used to go to restaurants, I often left higher tips if the waitress was cute and the service was good.  I don't know what percentage I left as tips, but I remember when I left a tip that was higher than the cost of the food itself once.  The bill for the food was a little more than $9.00 (can't remember the exact price).  I left a $10.00 tip.  That was the only time I left a tip higher than the cost of the food, but I remember leaving fairly decent tips before.

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I am very generous with tipping food servers.

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