20 November 2010


The minimum wage ensures that nobody has to rely on tips to make a living, and tipping is neither usual nor expected. Most bars, restaurants, and cafes add a service charge of 15 percent. Danes therefore only tip waiting and hotel staff if the service has been particularly good. If you feel that the service deserves it, then a tip in the region of 10-15 percent of the final bill would be appropriate, or you could simply round up the check.

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