Worst dinner companions revealed
Survey says bill dodgers wind you up most - but are we surprised?
I tip, but only if the service is acceptable.
I cannot abide the people that go all guns blazing because they know the bill will be split. If I witness that I get my calculator out to teach them a lesson. They never like have the lion share of the bill because they ordered the lobster when matey opposite had tap water and has to pay the same is patently unfair.
On nights out with mates we're all the same and never take advantage just because the bill will be split, and if we know someone is driving and we've ordered the entire wine list, the alcohol element is calculated separately between the drinkers.
People that don't tip are narrow minded at best - to be polite.
I always tip,based on the service and if the service is good then I say a "thank you" as well. Usually the service is good, but to not leave a tip at all could be that you're either mean or just plain forgot.
But for rubbish service then a 1p tip is meant as an insult (and yes I HAVE done it, but only the once)
Full-on flavours tempt the taste buds in Natalie Coleman's sea bass with fennel & crab bonbons.
Date 09/05/13, Duration 3:47, Views 1066
Has the horse meat food scandal affected what food you buy?
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- Yes, I'm avoiding all processed meat
- Yes, I'm avoiding Findus and specific products mentioned
- No, the horse meat products have been taken off the shelves
- No, I avoided processed meat anyway