Many people travelling to Sardinia from countries where tipping is expected, may be left confused after a meal, not knowing whether to add a tip or not.
Giving tips are not expected in Sardinia. However, it’s a nice thing to do especially when you are happy with the service.
In bars, it’s always nice to round up to the nearest euro.
Resturants normally include a coperto (cover charge) of 2.50 in the final bill.
Some restaurants may add a coperto of 10-15%, this should be made known on the menu, so it is clear before you order.
The choice to tip in Sardinia is entirely up to your discretion. It’s a way to reward excellent service but is never expected.
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