Who Pay the Bill?

Pay the Bill

If you are invited out to a restaurant, you are not expected to pay anything and may insult your host if you try and insist. Usually, one person pays for everyone. DON’T forget, though, that if you suggest going to…
If you are invited out to a restaurant, you are not expected to pay anything and may insult your host if you try and insist. Usually, one person pays for everyone. DON’T forget, though, that if you suggest going to eat somewhere, you will be expected to pay for the whole group! Similarly, if it’s your birthday, you’ve had a baby or moved into a new house, it’s you who invites everyone else out for a meal. DO check the bill before paying it. This is quite normal practice, even if you again have the waiter who brings it breathing down your neck. Extra dishes sometimes find their way onto the bill, or maybe something you ordered never actually arrived at the table. DON’T leave a tip of 15 percent or even 10 percent: in theory, there is no tipping at all in Vietnam (after all, it is still a communist country), but in more up market restaurants, a small tip can be left in appreciation of good service.

Pay the bill
If you suggest going to eat somewhere, you will be expected to pay for the whole group
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