‘Service included?’: tipping in the 19th and early 20th century London restaurant – OUPblog (blog)

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If the letters and commentary sections of national newspapers are anything to go by, the question of whether, and how much, to tip is a source of vexation for restaurant patrons in early 21st century London. There has also been more recent criticism of …

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