I have to say but after all the times I,'ve been to aruba I'm still confused when it comes to tipping at restaurants that charge the 15 percent service fee. Last night I ate at chalet suisse and I asked the waiter if a tip was included. He said very politely no sir that is a service charge that goes towards the salary and he hardly gets any money out of it but any tip I leave goes to him. I can see chalet charging a service fee because you are being served by like 5 different people so service is excellent. Other places it's just u n waiter yet they charge a service fee. When I dined at Ricardos last year I divided the service fee in 2 and left that as a tip thinking I tipped 22 percent which I was ok with. However the waiter gave me a dirty look so I guess I only tipped 7 percent in his mind. At chalet I ended up tipping the waiter 20 percent on top of the 15 service charge since the waiter told me he hardly gets anything out of service fee. I had the early bird special so I was ok with it but just confused at the whole concept. Fodors recommends 5 to 10 percent addition on top of the service fee but u never know how much the waiter is getting from service fee.