I agree as most would but it's standard nearly everywhere now except independents. It's literally impossible to fight it appearing on your bill. But if I'm not happy with service I don't pay it. People need to just as brave to not pay it when theyre not happy that way it's not a given.
I don't like it. Tipping should always be at one's discretion. Adding it to the bill not only makes it awkward for the customer to claim it back in case they weren't happy with the service, but also discourages the staff from trying harder and being nice to the customers.
I think that's a standard service charge. Like you would leave a tip right? If the service is good and you've nothing to complain about then why wouldn't I leave the standard minimum 12.5% service charge? If it's a bad service you can complain and say your service wasnt good enough and they would remove the service charge.
Just use code DOUBLE because you don't need to be a new customer (15% off too).
will they allow to bring a toddler?