Recently, a restaurant in Canada was impressed by the generous hint of one of its customers.
Bambu Restaurant, an Asian fusion diner in Ottawa, posted on Instagram about a $ 700 tip it received last week from one of its regular customers.
According to the photo of the receipt, the customer gave generous tips for buying a bottle of wine worth $ 43.
“Thank you doesn’t seem to be enough,” the restaurant wrote on Instagram.
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Bambu co-owner Jenny Lou told CTV News that the customer bought a bottle of wine last Friday night after hearing that Ottawa was moving to tougher precautions against the coronavirus and that the restaurant would have to close its indoor food for at least the next 28 days.
She told the store that when the customer left a tip of $ 700, employees even shed a few tears. “It means peace to us,”; she said. “It’s not even really a sum, but it’s an intention.”
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Like many other restaurants, Bambu fought the coronavirus. Lou told CTV News that she wanted to hire staff, but it’s hard when the dining room isn’t working.
“Just to do the removal and delivery, I will not earn 10 workers per night,” she told the outlet. “It’s just the minimum wage.”
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“Most of the staff have been with us since day one, so I want to see them return,” she added. – “We are a family.”
One way Bambu has been able to recruit staff is to expand the delivery and ordering range, according to CTV.
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