We went out to dinner last night and as I'm prone to do I forgot my glasses. My wife left the table about the time the check arrived and I squinted and peered and did my best. I thought the check was for $118, left a $25 dollar tip and totaled it to $143. I noticed my copy this morning and the total was actually $110.
So, will they correct my error and take a $25 tip or take my total amount?
I'm not in the least sweating the $8, just curious if there is some kind of "rule" regarding what is done when customer's inevitably make an error on the tab.