You have a very valid point but we also need to keep people in work and jobs too. Won't you bite the bullet and make a visit... Tip the staff too if the service is good. (the above is an assumption you don't go out of principle).
And it needed a change in law to make them do this. I did say a company with a history of it.
Went to Moto Pizza in Chelmsford, that was also bottomless. You have a light on your table, and they keep offering pizza to you as long as the light is on. Is this the same thing?
In 2015, Bella Italia amended its policy to ensure all employees are permitted to keep all tips and service charges paid in cash and are free to share their tips with colleagues if they so wish. Their employees are required to declare the income generated from cash tips to HM Revenue & Customs for tax purposes. When tips or service charges are paid for by credit card or debit card, the restaurant does take a 2.5% administration charge to cover bank fees before distributing the remainder in full to employees. All restaurant employees are paid tips in addition to the National Minimum Wage. The staff at Horwich always happy unlike the staff in Liverpool.
Not valid in Scotland due to licencing laws The dirty, dirty b**tards